Imagine that you buy a new aircraft to hundreds of millions of dollars. And when you go through it, you will find garbage, metalrester from production and tools that are forgotten in the tail of the plane and other critical locations.
According to a kulegravende review, as the New York Times has just published, is the reality at Boeing, which already is struggling to get his type of aircraft 737 Max on the wings, after the two aircraft crashed in Asia and Africa.
the Problem for Boeing and the airlines, is that the new and very serious accusation about a completely different type of aircraft, namely langdistanceflyet 787 Dreamliner.
According to several employees and numerous internal documents, such as newspaper have got their hands in, have flygiganten so busy delivering new aircraft, the safety regulations are grossly bent or completely ignored.
- As a manager at Boeing, you are the last defence against errors, before taking passengers.
- And I have not yet seen an airplane from the factory, as I would put my name on and say, that it was safe and flyveværdigt, says the now former Boeing employees John Barnett, the New York Times.
Sjuskeriet means, among other things, that the metal fragments from the production of parts of the plane are sitting in the fuselage and is so close to vital electronics that it can be fatal, if the motes are cutting something over.
The u.s. flymyndigheder, FAA, confirms to the newspaper that you have found these fragments, and other problems in the aircraft, although Boeing had already written that their quality control nothing found.
According to the FAA the erroneous certification of Dreamlinere lead to short circuits and fires.
It is in work like this to be sloppy with the tools and residues in the production, writes the New York Times. Photo: Eric Johnson/Ritzau Scanpix
And there are indications that Boeing is well know that it is mad.
Shortly after the second of the two boeing 737 crashed in Africa, was the staff at one of the factories namely called together. At the meeting, got the message that there had been complaints from airlines, who found things in the new aircraft, which should not be there.
'Boeing is going through a very difficult time right now,' it said, according to two anonymous employees at the internal meeting, where the management is enjoined that one must not forget things in the aircraft.
Several servants have, however, been met with sanctions or layoffs, when they have been made aware of sløseriet and diminished quality control.
was Allegedly a staff member demoted, because he delivered his reports in the mail. Boeing wanted nothing written down, but would instead have the message 'face-to-face', when that was discovered the problems, writes the newspaper.
Boeing 787 Dreamliner has become very popular, because the plane is able to fly very long routes without using as much fuel as its competitors. Photo: Thomas Mukoya/Ritzau Scanpix
Boeing rejects today, that the problems are so extensive and serious, like the New York Times tells.
'Our teams are producing the highest quality in our history,' said Boeing chief Kevin McAllister.
'I am proud of our team's exceptional sense of quality and supports their efforts every day.'