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Boeing 787 makes emergency landing following engine problem

  • A Japan Airlines (JAPSY) Boeing (BA) 787 flying to San Francisco from Tokyo has made an emergency landing at Honolulu Airport following a fall in the oil pressure in the right engine.
  • The glitch is the latest in a series of problems to affect the 787 and comes after Boeing said on Friday that it needs to inspect 42 yet-to-be-delivered aircraft for possible hairline cracks in the wings due to a manufacturing problem.
  • Meanwhile, search crews have still failed to find any signs of the Malaysia Airlines 777 that disappeared over the weekend whilst flying over Vietnamese airspace.
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  • 2puttwo
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    Really? Is this really news? I really don't know what to call it. If it mentioned what manufacture's engines were on it, then you might assume GE or Rolls might be I mention as the lead. Boeing really doesn't have anything to do with it. I'm sure Airbus had one of theirs, land early because of a warning light last month and didn't read anything about it on Seeking A. Very typical for Seeking Alpha.
    10 Mar 2014, 04:57 AM Reply Like
  • Rope a Dope
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    Seeking Alpha is NOT mandatory reading.

     

    Why would you suggest adding an engine manufacturer's name to an article when there is no evidence of any link between the engine and the drop in oil pressure at this time? Are you short GE? You criticize SA for mentioning Boeing in this write-up and then criticize them for NOT doing the same thing with Airbus.

     

    I’m not sure what you are looking for in the way of news but you are probably unlikely to find it here on SA. Might I suggest MSNBC? They have this guy named Cramer and ……………

     

    Other than the DOW News Feed, I think SA is one of the best sources on the net for stock news and I am thankful for their existence.
    10 Mar 2014, 05:51 AM Reply Like
  • alpine
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    It all seems like, in some respects at least, that technology is catching up with the human condition: too much need for everything "fast", and if it comes with "Dreams" (pun intended of course), so much the better.

     

    SA is a very open forum, but of course, like almost everything in society these today, if you can afford Preimum class, you get in: faster newsfeeds, article feeds, and (I suspect, as I am not one of those) the benefit of "SA's engineering" to benefit financially those who are Preimum clients.

     

    Having said the above, I feel that most of SA's discussions are genuine, unbiased, and very, very informative. The SA editors, for better or for worse, do try their best to keep postings to be objective, not too personal, and for want of a better description, "relevant and useful".

     

    For now, I suspect, BA, GE and Rolls, along with EADS (as they still have to fly their A350 with full payload) are all risky, but who knows...
    10 Mar 2014, 08:02 AM Reply Like
  • thomas85225
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    What number is this one

     

    Is this going to be a weekly report

     

    this should make the stock price go up again, But the Boeing is still get hes 20 millions salary and 20 million Bounces

     

    Boeing 787 Dreamliner: a timeline of problems
    http://bit.ly/r5tulZ

     

    What is the Kelly blue book trade in price for a 787 ?

     

    Is Cash for Clunker still available for the 787 ?

     

    Since 3-28-2003 only 122 787 has been delivery to date

     

    and Boeing is paying the Airlines for all the 787 problems

     

    500 millions to Air India and 33 millions to Lot airline
    10 Mar 2014, 05:27 AM Reply Like
  • Howiethescreamer
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    Ah, Thomas.... How could we guess that you would show up to bash Boeing? Are you an Airbus employee, or just a fanboy? The problem here is with a GE engine, and nothing to do with 787, other than the engine is installed on one. Airbus just cut their production targets for A350, and it's now over a year and a half late. More cracks on A380 wings too. See, we can both play that game.
    10 Mar 2014, 09:53 AM Reply Like
  • thomas85225
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    Ready: Keeping you head in the ground is not going fix anything, the facts remain the same about Boeing
    You show up telling all of us that the Titanic was hit by a few piece of ice
    The A350 was start in 2005 and is production, in flight test, has flown at the Airshow in 2013 and 2014
    The A-350 has 812 orders for the passenger version and 118 orders for the freighter version, A350 will delivery in 2016, the 787-10, 737Max, 777-X are still on the drawing board
    The 777-X is coming to market in 2020 too late to complete with the A350 that will be delivery in 2016
    Airbus now has parts build in plants once own by Boeing, Kansas, Oklahoma, and Spokane Washington
    The 777-X will need 27 Billions of tax payer money to build 259 777-X that only need on route flying in and out of Singapore and Australia
    Do you have any facts that you like to share or some Seattle Time’s propaganda
    Boeing Dreamliner 787: A Timeline Of 6 Years Of Failure By ...
    http://bit.ly/N4363d-...
    More cracks on A380 wings too. Correct you mean 787 wing crack cause by over torturing by Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd, Japan build 35% of 787 and 21% of the 777
    http://bit.ly/1hYFb13
    Boeing 787 Dreamliner: a timeline of problems
    http://bit.ly/r5tulZ
    http://bit.ly/Z6yEGg
    Boeing Short-Circuiting 787 Shows Skills Gap, Norwegian Air Says
    http://buswk.co/1bercyd
    Jim Albaugh, the Chief Executive Officer of Boeing Commercial Airplanes warn management at the being of the 787 program that the Technology was unproven
    The last time Boeing left off the O-Rings and loc-wire from the aircraft fuel lines to the engines
    Boeing is responsible for their aircraft and not blaming the supplier and vendor like the Lazy-Bee always does !
    Boeing is requires to have inspector and QA personal to inspected job cards or planning paper and buy off the work and perform B and C flights of the aircraft before deliveries
    The amount of FAA audit and fine are self explanatory about Boeing
    http://bit.ly/N4363p
    http://bit.ly/15MT5dF
    The 787 was started on 3-28-2003 with about 900 orders and about 114 cancellations of 787 orders
    Boeing has delivery 118 787 to date ( in 10 years) Boeing has yet to meet 10 aircraft's per month as Boeing told investor that now suing Boeing
    The 787 was grounded for batteries and workmanship problems! And the 787 is still making the news with problems!
    Of the first 70 787 assembly 40 787 had to parked and later rework, do to under design wing box and loss of configuration control of the aircraft due to all the lack engineering, the Boeing Change Board issues to the vendors and suppliers after parts where build and shipped to Boeing
    The 787 has well document in the press
    Boeing is paying late delivery fee, the aircraft's being out service due to the grounding and other problems before and after the grounding
    11 Mar 2014, 02:00 PM Reply Like
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