Boeing delays 777X first flight again due to bad weather
Boeing has postponed again the first flight of its 777X long-haul jetliner that ...1 Min Read FILE PHOTO: A white 777X is pictured at Boeing's Everett facility after it was announced that their 777X model will make its first test flight later in the week in Everett, Washington, U.S. January 21, 2020. REUTERS/Lindsey Wasson SEATTLE (Reuters) - Boeing has postponed again the first flight of its 777X long-haul jetliner that was scheduled to take place on Friday due to inclement weather. Boeing will attempt the maiden flight, which was also canceled on Thursday, again on Saturday at 10 a.m. local time (1800 GMT), weather permitting. Reporting by Tim Hepher; Writing by Tracy Rucinski; Editing by Sandra Maler Our Standards: Read more: Reuters Top News
So this plane can only fly in good weather? Doesn’t sound like a safe plane. cnni BBCWorld nytimes washingtonpost WeAreALPA “Bad weather” 🤣 Management needs to focus on safety rather than efficiency. SO the plane doesn't fly in bad weather? Too much or no wind 🤔🤔🤔🤔🤔🤔 yeah, let's call it a bad weather.
I TOLD Boeing to spend the extra money and make the 777X waterproof!
Boeing reschedules 777X plane's first test flight for FridayBoeing Co said its 777X aircraft's first test flight would take place on Fr... Uhu.. Does this one have that “fly into the ground” feature? Don't wanna fix the whole 737M thing first? Nah? Okay.
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