Canada Must Ground All Boeing 737 MAX 8’s Until Cause Of Crashes Found

In fewer than 5 months, two Boeing 737 MAX 8 planes have crashed.

Following the crash of an Ethipian Airlines Boeing 737 MAX 8 – the second such crash in the past five months of that model plane – countries around the world are grounding the plane.

In fact, over 40% of all Boeing 737 MAX 8’s currently in service have been grounded.

Our allies in the UK just banned the plane from their airspace.

And aviation experts are ‘divided’ on whether they are confident in the plane.

Of course if experts are divided on whether a plane should be flying, who would want to get on that plane?

Making this more concerning is that the MAX 8 is a new plane. This isn’t a situation where an old model of plane is crashing, these are two crashes (a very high number considering how rare plane crashes are) of the same model of plane, and a new plane at that.

And while the Canadian government says they aren’t banning the plane, that decision must be reconsidered and reversed.

We simply can’t have confidence in the plane until Boeing explains what the cause of the crash was. If the cause has to do with failures in the design, then those failures must be fixed before the plane is allowed to fly again.

18 Canadians died in the Ethiopian Airlines crash, and we can’t put more Canadians at risk.

All Boeing 737 MAX 8’s must be grounded.

Spencer Fernando

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Messianic Jew
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Messianic Jew

And the genius Transport Minister says that they should not be grounded until and unless they find out why these aircraft are crashing. Typical brilliant leftist BS. It should make on wonder how much Boeing has contributed to the Liberal Fascist Party.

George
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Probably nothing, as Boeing and them went to war with each other recently.

As for grounding, I have not heard anything conclusive that would set this incident apart from any other crash so far. So I am not certain why they are focusing so much on the aircraft and not the operator. Ethiopia Air is not know for its top of the line aircraft maintenance.
I am not saying to ignore the aircraft manufacturer, but lets look at everything here.

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I agree, they will screw around until another one crashes & then the brilliant former astronaut will blame Boeing b/c JJT LibCommie government has a fight with Boeing over Bombardier, so that’s how this will go! Stupid Effen liberals!

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AJN
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All of those planes should be grounded until the causes of the crashes have been determined and the problems fixed. Anyone who bought tickets to fly on those planes before the crash on Sunday should be able to re-book their flight on another aircraft with a small fees!

Clive
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Clive

More people can die in one plane crash than are murdered with guns in an entire year in Canada. Could Turdo have his priorities wrong? He should at least muse publicly about grounding all the Boeings and replacing them with Bombardiers – middle class jobs, remember? Like those middle class jobs that he is willing to throw under the bus for the sake of serving his “gun control” masters.