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January 25, 2012



"I will be happy to book on the robust aircraft of an American airline."

Perhaps not on a BOEING 787: "Cracks detected in Boeing 787"


The problem may be a "race to the bottom". In this industry, there are two manufacturers, BOEING and AIRBUS. When one takes shortcuts to save cost, the other may follow.

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