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Passengers react to grounding of Boeing planes



At airports across the U.S., some passengers reacted to President Trump’s March 13 order to ground all Boeing 737 Max 8 and Max 9 planes. Read more: https://wapo.st/2Hthl1G. Subscribe to The Washington Post on YouTube: https://wapo.st/2QOdcqK

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Cosmo Kramer
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Cosmo Kramer

Let em crash!!..I don’t fly

Phil Everything
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Phil Everything

I guess those passengers might find their delays BOERING

Jessie Liang
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Jessie Liang

Propaganda

CTO Information
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CTO Information

Made in the USA, Chrysler and Boeing Represent. Americans must be so busy right now, try to find foreign parts from 737 so they can play the blame game again. but but but….we good they all bad. LOL

Brandon Feuerbacher
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Brandon Feuerbacher

More planes in the air then crashing? Good info.

Bigwave2003
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Bigwave2003

What?!? Major safety issues have been raised about this plane. Pilots complain that they haven't been trained to properly fly the Boeing 737 Max 8. Two of these planes have crashed in the last five months! Have you heard of even one other major airline crash in the last five months? But these sheep just folllow — if a company flies these planes, they'll get on board. If Boeing can just lobby enough congressmen to keep an unsafe aircraft flying, they'll get on board. If RoundUp and cigarette makers keep denying their products cause cancer, they'll keep spraying and inhaling.… Read more »

IvantheKing II I
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IvantheKing II I

Reasons why Trump shouldn't be our president

i i
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i i

Boeing made a plane that could be remotely stalled by a special software loophole.

Regan
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Regan

Look, I agree with the logic of the people interviewed, but there are A LOT of people that are very concerned about this plane and I feel like this video doesn't convey that at all.

Joo Wee
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Joo Wee

Better than paying the price of a Quarter Pounder with Cheese to fly Spirit Air.

Chezy 365
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Chezy 365

JI like the 2nd persons comment about when it’s your time…

Blaque
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Blaque

“There’s more planes in the air than there are crashing” oh wow really

elysian fields
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elysian fields

Sophisticated hacker may be messing with plane safety.

Brandon E. Smith
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Brandon E. Smith

Idiots.

Chri S
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Chri S

ITs more Dangerous to drive on the Highway

IAMQ
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IAMQ

People making this like the day after 911. 96% time is not the plane but the pilots who fly the plane. What people gonna do when unnamed drones are taking humans from point A to point B?

noah shields
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noah shields

I flew this plane a week after the lion air crash and I was scarred the whole way idk if they didn’t know the details or what but a plane stalling then going nose down vertically becuase of a loophole should be taking hella seriously

Peter Grant
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Peter Grant

Wow..Today's journalism..

Baked Benji
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Baked Benji

Get ready to stock up on Boeing’s after if price goes down.

B Smith
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B Smith

Wait, what did Trump say on this? Because I'll support the opposite. Whatever it may be.

IWILLEATYOUfully
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IWILLEATYOUfully

“When it’s your time, it’s your time” killed me!

mark allen
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mark allen

They, the FAA and Boeing where working on the anti-stall sensors problem when Trump shut down the government and where put 5 weeks behind. Those poor 300 souls died from a direct result of Trump's hate of people of color and his, Miller, Sessions, their supporters and voters RACISM. Look it up Trumpanzees in KKK hoods!