Airbus exec: Boeing's 737 Max grounding 'not good' for competitors | Capital Connection

  • Published on Nov 18, 2019
  • It's a tragedy, it is an issue for Boeing to resolve, says Airbus Chief Commercial Officer Christian Scherer.

Comments • 9

  • dave miller
    dave miller Day ago

    The screen title on a CNBC video actually says "aircrafts". Where the hell was the editor! Did some grade schoolers make the video for CNBC?
    Why do so many people make this mistake? THERE IS NO "S' IN AIRCRAFT! The plural of aircraft is aircraft. Am I the only one who saw this?

  • Da Ro
    Da Ro 17 days ago +2

    Boeing screwed up by rushing the plane to the airlines rather than doing more testing to save some money. They did want the max to be late like the 787 was.

  • Karlos Sargeant
    Karlos Sargeant 18 days ago

    I Love Airshows there Kool!!!!

  • GH1618
    GH1618 18 days ago +3

    I was just reading a book by Ben Rich on the Lockheed Skunk Works. He was the designer of the propulsion system for the Blackbird. Here is a quote from his book about that aircraft: “... our airplane would sit on the tarmac leaking fuel from every pore.”
    If aeronautical engineers use the term, I don’t see why a journalist should not.

  • Trevor Ng
    Trevor Ng 22 days ago

    "Tarmac" Oh jeez. Please

    • Pablo Gonzalez
      Pablo Gonzalez 2 days ago

      Trevor Ng Not everyone knows what an apron or ramp are so the word tarmac is used generically to get point across

  • GH1618
    GH1618 22 days ago +3

    Now the language police come out. “Tarmac” is a paving material made of tar and crushed rock, more commonly called “blacktop” when used on streets. I can’t tell if the paving showing in this video is blacktop or cement, but it is not worth getting my shorts in a knot about it.
    “Tarmac” was originally a brand, but it is used generically now.

    • Eighth Man
      Eighth Man 21 day ago

      Tarmac is crushed stone put on top of sprayed down tar-Tarmac. Asphalt is premixed tar with crushed stone which is nearly all we use today for our streets, if anyone wants to be enlightened.

  • Kedmax
    Kedmax 22 days ago +2

    pls don't say TARMAC, thank you