Boeing in “panic mode” as airline company’s crisis continues | News World

A recent report in the Guardian reveals that managers and executives at Boeing responsible for operating the company’s plant in Everett, Washington, are in “panic mode” as quality and safety concerns continue to emerge about the planes produced by the aerospace giant.

One of the main issues revealed is that the facility is “full” of 787 Dreamliner aircraft that are faulty, according to a mechanic with more than 30 years at Boeing. The jetliner’s fuselage is produced by Boeing supplier Spirit AeroSystems and assembled at Boeing’s factory in South Carolina.

“There is no way in God’s green earth I would want to be a pilot in South Carolina flying those from South Carolina to here,” continued the mechanic. “Because when they get in here, we’re stripping them apart.”…


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