To the Editor:
Re “As Uproar Builds, U.S. Grounds Jets Days After Crash” (front page, March 14):
Daniel K. Elwell, acting administrator of the Federal Aviation Authority, originally said the Boeing 737 Max 8 plane would continue to fly because there were no known “systemic performance issues” (other than the fact that two of the same type of plane crashed within six months of each other). It is exactly for that reason that you don’t allow the planes to fly. The prudent thing to do would be to act on the side of caution and ground the planes.
Let’s face it. The main reason the planes were not grounded sooner is that Boeing is an American company and the Trump administration was greatly concerned about the financial hit to the economy that would inevitably follow. There was no concern about passenger safety. Mr. Trump views everything in terms of the bottom line. He always has and he always will.
Gary ShareshianHamilton, N.J.
To the Editor:
As a lifelong safety engineer, I am horrified by the events leading President Trump and the F.A.A. to finally ground the 737 Max 8 fleet.
The relationship of the regulatory oversight guaranteeing the safety of travel and the companies involved — the regulated — represents a failure to establish and maintain an adequate safety culture.
You describe in “Pressure on U.S. to Cease Flights of Troubled Jets” (front page, March 13) an appeal by the head of Boeing directly to President Trump not to take this action. You describe how Boeing and others are allowed by the F.A.A. to choose their own employees to help certify their planes “to help the F.A.A. stretch its limited resources.”
A former head of the National Transportation Safety Board is quoted as saying: “It’s a very cozy relationship. The manufacturer essentially becomes both the manufacturer and the regulator, because of the lack of the ability of government to do the job.”
The steps needed now are clear to any layman: The fleet must remain grounded until the N.T.S.B. determines the root cause of the crashes and it is fixed, with approval of a strong and independent regulator.
While this is underway, Congress must investigate the coziness that exists between the F.A.A. and those it regulates.
Gene HughesSan Francisco
To the Editor:
As a shareholder, I am dismayed that Boeing has tarnished its reputation for excellence and safety in the name of corporate greed. It created a good airplane that seems to have a flaw in the design of a new flight-control system. Pilots were apparently not adequately informed of the changes nor were they trained to deal with a possible malfunction.
Instead of being forthcoming and transparent, Boeing had to be dragged into doing something to fix the problem. When passengers’ lives are at stake, that isn’t good enough. Shame on Boeing.
Sidney RosenbergGlen Head, N.Y.B:
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