The real reason Boeing's new plane crashed twice

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  1. obscuresoul

    obscuresoul6 jam yang lalu

    Humanity is racing towards its demise.

  2. Rationalist Faith

    Rationalist Faith6 jam yang lalu

    Prison, Prison, Prison, Prison, Prison, Prison, Prison, Prison, Prison, Prison, Prison, Prison, Prison, Prison, Prison, Prison, Prison and Lawsuits, Lawsuits, Lawsuits, Lawsuits, Lawsuits, Lawsuits, Lawsuits, Lawsuits, Lawsuits, Lawsuits, Lawsuits, Lawsuits, Lawsuits, Lawsuits, Lawsuits, Lawsuits, Lawsuits,

  3. emall low

    emall low10 jam yang lalu

    Boeing....history?

  4. Alan 59

    Alan 5911 jam yang lalu

    Bigger Engines altered the Planes center of gravity ?

  5. RailArea 771

    RailArea 77112 jam yang lalu

    *why you boo-eing me? i'm right*

  6. 57menjr

    57menjr12 jam yang lalu

    And the ceo make ex 2million more month bonuses

  7. roj30001

    roj3000113 jam yang lalu

    I smell lawsuits everywhere

  8. Allen Cohen

    Allen Cohen15 jam yang lalu

    The problems with Boeing's 737-max was due to runaway capitalism. The execs lied to the government and to their pilots about the software upgrade that they did not want anyone to know about. If that plane was still flying there would by now be more crashes, and head scratching !!!

  9. Killer Bee

    Killer Bee16 jam yang lalu

    I feel this actually started when the 787 Dreamliner was a failure. Then comes Scarebus with their upgraded version of Boeing's 737 and Boeing feels the pressure to upgrade their 737s. They either A: Should have waited for a more economical engine of the same size or B: Continue doing what they always have and make better aircraft than Scarebus. The whole thing was just a bad idea on Boeing's part.

  10. kurt robinson

    kurt robinson17 jam yang lalu

    Welcome to 2001 a space odyssey. Howel 9000 is your copilot. Don't forget your helmet Dave.

  11. Prime _

    Prime _18 jam yang lalu

    Plot twist: Someone forgot to turn on airplane mode

  12. 1-Man

    1-Man18 jam yang lalu

    the only thing has actually made me cry is at the end when u seem them shoes especially that babies ones :((((((((((((

  13. Nghia Nguyen

    Nghia NguyenHari Yang lalu

    Scrap the 737 Max regardless if there are hundreds already made. You don't need to be a CEO to know what is the only choice they have.

  14. Farhan Ali

    Farhan AliHari Yang lalu

    The mcas was wired to only one of the two sensors. The type of sensor,AOS, is known to get faults which is why the plane should really have three sensors not 2 and def not 1 like it was wired to. Now they can't fix it, they are going to just have mcas disabled if the sensors don't match each other and allow the pilot to takeover.

  15. Appable

    Appable17 jam yang lalu

    That is fixing it, and three sensors isn’t necessary because probability of two simultaneous failures is tiny

  16. Taco Bell Valet

    Taco Bell ValetHari Yang lalu

    Crashed because non-whites were involved in its creation.

  17. Darryl Sheenan

    Darryl SheenanHari Yang lalu

    I heard an ABC news report from an Aussie Pilot, who said, The problem was the pilot's poor training. This fix's that focus. The truth should always out.

  18. KaRmA

    KaRmAHari Yang lalu

    I will never let my fammily board the max.

  19. Dan

    DanHari Yang lalu

    We'll soon have a movie about Airbus and Boeing

  20. David Price

    David Price2 hari yang lalu

    Frat boys runnin Boeing must've been drunk and partying when they pushed this piece of junk onto the tarmac...and killed a bunch of passengers.

  21. MindfulApe

    MindfulApe2 hari yang lalu

    This is how reporting should be. Thanks Vox for this informative piece

  22. R Lyle

    R LyleHari Yang lalu

    not if you do some research!

  23. West Murphy

    West Murphy2 hari yang lalu

    Minor aircraft software issue handled poorly by two crews. Note the significantly higher number of hours on the MAX by US carriers, and no incidents. Of those actual pilots reading this... what do you do when the trim is adding unwanted control pressure to the flight controls... uh.. tough one... let me think... is it uh... overspeed the airframe by 30 knots, uh... never reduce power from full climb power to a reasonable cruise setting, watch the wheel spin in awe, or just maybe... trim the pressure out like you learned on your first flight in a Cessna 152. Even if you couldn't muster the airmanship to do so, thank god for checklists (and one that's commited to memory for most 737 pilots), turn the malfunctioning system off. There's two very accessible switches right there by the wheel. In both cases these pilots failed to manage the first priority of operating... fly the aircraft. If you're still interested (thanks and I'm impressed), look where the criticism is emanating. European "news outlets" interviewing "aviation experts" all invested in the great Airbus (now the real winner due to the loss of MAX sales) and even the attorney for the families of the deceased (no agenda there... ha). Minor problem, easy fix, but prolonged by social media, the regular terrible media, and Airbus' agenda in Europe (over stating the issue for their gain). Training pilots to actually fly the airplane first... there's the challenge.

  24. Appable

    Appable17 jam yang lalu

    West Murphy Note the fact that no US crews ever experienced an MCAS failure (or actually any trim runaway on any 737).

  25. West Murphy

    West Murphy2 hari yang lalu

    Minor aircraft software issue handled poorly by two crews. Note the significantly higher number of hours on the MAX by US carriers, and no incidents. Of those actual pilots reading this... what do you do when the trim is adding unwanted control pressure to the flight controls... uh.. tough one... let me think... is it uh... overspeed the airframe by 30 knots, uh... never reduce power from full climb power to a reasonable cruise setting, watch the wheel spin in awe, or just maybe... trim the pressure out like you learned on your first flight in a Cessna 152. Even if you couldn't muster the airmanship to do so, thank god for checklists (and one that's commited to memory for most 737 pilots), turn the malfunctioning system off. There's two very accessible switches right there by the wheel. In both cases these pilots failed to manage the first priority of operating... fly the aircraft. If you're still interested (thanks and I'm impressed), look where the criticism is emanating. European "news outlets" interviewing "aviation experts" all invested in the great Airbus (now the real winner due to the loss of MAX sales) and even the attorney for the families of the deceased (no agenda there... ha). Minor problem, easy fix, but prolonged by social media, the regular terrible media, and Airbus' agenda in Europe (over stating the issue for their gain). Training pilots to actually fly the airplane first... there's the challenge.

  26. Muhammad Abdullah Waseem

    Muhammad Abdullah Waseem2 hari yang lalu

    they attac they prottecc but most importantly they on cracc

  27. jabbar kazmi

    jabbar kazmi2 hari yang lalu

    and boeing got away with murder....

  28. m bachety

    m bachety2 hari yang lalu

    Not to be overly political but when many republicans tout deregulation, like Reagan also did, this stuff happens. Boeing should also pay in money and prison time.

  29. Mar Blox

    Mar Blox2 hari yang lalu

    MAX is on the ground for 11 months. It ain't going nowhere. They are now deciding how to dispose of the built planes.

  30. Mar Blox

    Mar Blox2 hari yang lalu

    And you thought Chernobyl was the worst designed system.

  31. Mar Blox

    Mar Blox2 hari yang lalu

    Bing Brass should get a bonus for helping to trim down human overpopulation of the planet.

  32. Mar Blox

    Mar Blox2 hari yang lalu

    I believe the passengers should be allowed to take turns flying the plane.

  33. Ruben Braekman

    Ruben Braekman2 hari yang lalu

    I feel like there are more issues behind the crashes other than a software problem

  34. Gareth Armstrong

    Gareth Armstrong2 hari yang lalu

    Murder one person with a gun and you get put away for life...these execs should be jailed - every one of them.

  35. Jonathan marvel saptrasto saptrasto

    Jonathan marvel saptrasto saptrasto3 hari yang lalu

    Boeing waste a lot of money when airbus has a lot.

  36. Srijan Bharati

    Srijan Bharati3 hari yang lalu

    Why did the remove the clothes and shoes of the dead people and make them all naked?

  37. Vitalii

    Vitalii3 hari yang lalu

    $$$$$$

  38. PUBGM-WAR KING

    PUBGM-WAR KING3 hari yang lalu

    AI at it's best? Is it??? Come on man...

  39. doomsfall

    doomsfall3 hari yang lalu

    How dare a company try to make money. Its almost like thats the whole reason companies exist or something.

  40. John McDiarmid

    John McDiarmid3 hari yang lalu

    The solution would have been a longer landing gear.

  41. Quixotic Music

    Quixotic MusicHari Yang lalu

    The problem of the bigger engine wasn't on the ground.

  42. capshockey1989

    capshockey19893 hari yang lalu

    They outsourced the software to Indian for 9 dollars an hour. Diversity is our strength!

  43. CDXX

    CDXX3 hari yang lalu

    I'll never fly on a Max 8, even if they "fix it". If your reading this, I hope you and your loved ones don't fly in one either.

  44. Playing FPS

    Playing FPS3 hari yang lalu

    Imagine steering ur car to the right just so the car decides that you went too far and steers it back itself

  45. Prince X

    Prince X3 hari yang lalu

    shouldnt someone go to jail for this??

  46. St. jer Fisher

    St. jer Fisher3 hari yang lalu

    That's pretty informative, you must work for the faa.

  47. Kyle Wagner

    Kyle Wagner3 hari yang lalu

    Why do millennial men speak so effeminately?

  48. Drew Conlin

    Drew Conlin3 hari yang lalu

    Never ever ever ever trust VAX to tell anything like the truth about this

  49. Data Glasses

    Data Glasses3 hari yang lalu

    Money over lives = Disgusting

  50. kornilios js

    kornilios js3 hari yang lalu

    Well, competition is good for the mar... Nope, not this time

  51. kornilios js

    kornilios js3 hari yang lalu

    2:20, even I could have said that...

  52. djinn Man

    djinn Man3 hari yang lalu

    So much for "Made in China".

  53. Robert

    Robert3 hari yang lalu

    Very well explained and with the grounding of these planes they have already lost millions and hopefully their credibility. I will avoid flying in one of these planes FOREVER

  54. Vaas Montenegro

    Vaas Montenegro3 hari yang lalu

    I'm never setting foot on any newer boeing plane ever again.

  55. Ron Wylie

    Ron Wylie3 hari yang lalu

    AS far as Im concerned this is murder and the people who thought a ipad training course would be good enough are responsible. Saving money costing lives, a little money irriplacable people and crew

  56. markus grü

    markus grü3 hari yang lalu

    Boing are murders!!!

  57. B W

    B W3 hari yang lalu

    Anyone notice a common denominator??

  58. KingOfMadPistoleros

    KingOfMadPistoleros4 hari yang lalu

    Hey Vox. Thank you. This is what we need from news. Informative reporting with minimal opinionated input. Please keep up this kind of videos.

  59. Raul Colenbrander

    Raul Colenbrander4 hari yang lalu

    Lol

  60. Frank Taylor

    Frank Taylor4 hari yang lalu

    That's some Williams F1 2019 type of engeneering. No. Worse

  61. otterz4u

    otterz4u4 hari yang lalu

    Hey this is really awful... pretty much murder huh... well let's go on with our lives... pretend like we didn't hear anything😑

  62. Yiannis Steryiannis

    Yiannis Steryiannis4 hari yang lalu

    i think its time for boeing to come to an end.

  63. Quinton Hayes

    Quinton Hayes4 hari yang lalu

    Very sad. Right, wrong or indifferent, we desperately need a stable fuel that does not burst into flames during a crash landing.

  64. Appable

    Appable4 hari yang lalu

    Most crash landings don't involve fire. Also, such a fuel would not actually provide power

  65. Marlon Campos

    Marlon Campos4 hari yang lalu

    If it was released in 2010 then why has it taken so long for there to be accidents?

  66. Alyssa Seholm

    Alyssa Seholm3 hari yang lalu

    The crashes happened when their 1 sensor failed. They had no redundancies for it, when aircraft usually have multiple redundancies for everything (hence why there are multiple engines). It likely took that long for a sensor to fail.