After a year on the ground, where does the Boeing 737 MAX go from here? March 7, 2020 Tags:business, morningrush, travel Related Posts Outing Riley – Trailer Sending holiday cheer 2018 PARKRUN & PICNIC About The Author William Frantz 3 Comments HGSERT US congress said today that the 737 Max is "fondamentaly defective and dangerous". I wonder how this enbalanced plane can be ordered and fly again. March 6, 2020 Reply Heli City If you asked Boeing and industry 'experts' they all say the 737 MAX will fly again. They have been saying this for a year. The MAX have not flown once outside of Boeing Field. Boeing has not submitted it for certification review after one full year of trying to fix it. Where does Boeing go? At least another year on the ground. And if by some miracle it get the certificate to fly there won't be any passenger on them. It is impossible for non-U.S. regulator to touch this piece of crap, let alone allow them to fly on their soil. U.S. Congress report the aircraft is fundamentally defective, that Boeing has a culture of deceit. That it does not have a sound engineering culture. If the FAA going to defy Congress? Therefore nothing Boeing build from now on will fly until these defective and toxic cultures are fixed. With one year of grounding most airlines can cancel their MAX orders without penalty. They will do so en mass. March 7, 2020 Reply Walter Black What do you do when the FAA itself is untrustworthy? March 7, 2020 Reply Add a Comment Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.