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Wed Oct 23, 2019, 09:33 AM Oct 2019

If the 737 MAX is finally released, will you fly on it? [View all]

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After about 6 months if possible uponit7771 Oct 2019 #1
YES, Safest time in history for air travel. Safer than drive to airport. Nt USALiberal Oct 2019 #2
That is what I was thinking genxlib Oct 2019 #7
You can survive a car crash. OliverQ Oct 2019 #9
One USA death in the last 10 years! Nt USALiberal Oct 2019 #18
I heard a guy on TV say that once! Initech Oct 2019 #21
The Boeing board of directors should be on the inaugural flight dalton99a Oct 2019 #3
+1 2naSalit Oct 2019 #4
they probably will be maxsolomon Oct 2019 #22
I flew on a new 737 MAX on its second commercial flight leg. Freethinker65 Oct 2019 #5
More likely I'll be flying with the wings of angels. eom Backseat Driver Oct 2019 #6
Are the wings of angels FAA certified? jberryhill Oct 2019 #8
We should try to fly much less often Ron Green Oct 2019 #10
Why? USALiberal Oct 2019 #19
It's terrible for the planet maxsolomon Oct 2019 #23
So is internet usage, and Air conditioning, and hot water, and..... USALiberal Oct 2019 #26
"Just 12 percent of Americans take two-thirds of all flights" maxsolomon Oct 2019 #27
+1 redqueen Oct 2019 #20
After enough people put in enough flight time Vogon_Glory Oct 2019 #11
Uh huh Renew Deal Oct 2019 #14
Yup, those intrepid travelers and Vogon_Glory Oct 2019 #16
I don't track models of planes before flying Renew Deal Oct 2019 #12
Sure, why wouldn't I? Blue_Tires Oct 2019 #13
"the FAA and Boeing", yortsed snacilbuper Oct 2019 #15
And it's in their mutual interest to get this one right, is it not? Blue_Tires Oct 2019 #17
Long, but a deep dive into the causes: maxsolomon Oct 2019 #24
If this poll is correct, it means most planes will be half empty. tinrobot Oct 2019 #25
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