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Russia's Aviation Committee Suspends Boeing 737 Airworthiness Certificates

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Due to Safety Concerns, the Russian Interstate Aviation Committee announced the suspension of the airworthiness certificates of all Boeing 737 aircraft. (airwaysnews.com) More...

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jwmson
jwmson 6
Or is it lousy Russian maintenance? This really makes them look stupid, AGAIN.
parisram007
parisram007 5
I would suspend all Russian airliners the state of there aircraft is terrible.
dnclark
dnclark 1
I agree with the sentiment. But I don't think many Russian built planes fly in US airspace all that often to begin with.
bentwing60
bentwing60 5
It's O.K.. It won't kill Boeing, Moscow looks stupid "Again" and lots of ruskies will get to walk to western Europe.
shawnconnelly
Really!?
yr2012
matt jensen 1
But it was an Airbus that crashed
sparkie624
sparkie624 5
LOL.. You are correct... Even obama says it's a bomb... UGH.. What authority is here... No where have I seen a report that shows explosive residue... Until that is found then it is a crash attributed to one of 2 causes...

1.) Pilot Error
2.) Mechanic Malfunction

Personally I am betting on Mechanical Malfunction, even though it could be pilot error.. That was a similar decent profile of stalling a plane and not recovering.. REF Air France 447
Pileits
Pileits 2
See the article on Aviation Herald it explains this really does not amount to a hill of beans..

http://avherald.com/h?article=48ee3567&opt=0
TorstenHoff
Torsten Hoff 2
:facepalm:
sparkie624
sparkie624 2
Of all places.. Coming from Russia... The home of copy cats There planes have a very bad safety record.. This is kind of like the Pot calling the Kettle Black... I think the Ruskies are Jealous because none of their planes can accomplish what the 737 has.
linbb
linbb 1
Just trying to sell there AC and downgrade ours. This could bite them bad as will cause problems traveling to and from Vodka land.

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