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"dennis moeller burke" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"dennis moeller burke" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"CEO oversaw the response to the seven thirty seven MAX crisis Dennis Moeller Burke resigned this morning effective immediately family members of those killed in two airliner crashes watch millibar testify to Congress back in October I've had the opportunity to talk with some of you in your stories and we we are deeply deeply sorry I will never forget the crashes have been linked to faulty auto pilot Boeing CFO we'll have the company until January thirteenth when chairman David Calhoun is set to take over how I seven plummeting into down midtown Manhattan the ice walks as large as football's fall from buildings that can be Kerry for blocks by the wind at least one person's been hit a condo Dorman on Seventh Avenue says he thought chalk ranch the top of the car two cars crashing and when I look at her shattered ice on the floor and the hood of the car is dented official shut down some busy streets as a safety precaution the crashes clearing on the five in Anaheim it was on the northbound southbound side rather right at Lincoln better their crash to bait to out of lanes to the right shoulder but traffic though still would have you come away from brokers let's check in with will Kohlschreiber the care find this guy sponsored by injury attorney super woman super lawyer dot com he's got a ride on the one oh five four he'd found on either the one oh five for the ninety one kind of crowd gonna cost you some time they're getting out of the west side it gets low on the one oh five pretty much from where the freeway start the for the four oh five crawl your way over to the six oh five it's probably a little worse than the ninety one which is slow get away from the one hand over towards the five freeway nothing up ahead on either one of those three ways just a lot of slow traffic injured in an accident visit your whole woman super lawyer doc talk will Kohlschreiber K. got it can't find this guy helps get you there faster I'm Brian auto if you're looking for a great year and savings you better head to Toyota well you can get incredible deals on the most popular Toyota models like a sporty camp.

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"dennis moeller burke" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"dennis moeller burke" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Shea and to have it at the four most kids I say they're very privileged kids ages two to thirteen were able to get a gift California congresswoman Maxine waters joined a local non profits for the giveaway the second night of Hanukkah will be celebrated with the first minore lighting ceremony at Beverly hills city hall Beverly hills mayor says he had been support suggesting such events for years but some of the other council members had concerns about violating the separation of church and state the mayor says the focus will be on the cultural and historical themes of Hanukkah Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer has issued a challenge to president trump ahead of the impeachment trial if you are so confident you did nothing wrong why won't you let your men testify Schumer has sent a letter to his fellow senators detailing what stuff he wants subpoena for the trial that includes internal emails from the White House and state department Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says Schumer is just pretending to be impartial about this whole thing house speaker Nancy Pelosi is withholding the two articles of impeachment passed last week she says she's waiting to make sure the proceedings are fair six more horses have been found shot to death in your strip mine site in Kentucky a rescue group says it appears the horses were killed at the same time as the fifteen who were found in the area last week the horses carcasses were scattered over a large area they had apparently been hunted and killed with no regard for age one horse was found with grass in its mouth because it was killed while eating if caught the killer is facing animal cruelty charges at a minimum Boeing has fired the CEO oversaw the response to the seven thirty seven MAX crisis Dennis Moeller Burke resigned this morning effective immediately family members of those killed in two airliner crashes.

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"dennis moeller burke" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"dennis moeller burke" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Family rest easy and let the colonel do the cooking water your twenty dollar Philip or get it delivered on K. F. C. dot com Kevin Brennan WBZ's traffic on the three leaf the weather is cooperating with us today even if the roads aren't we going to get a full day out there plenty of sunshine out certainly unseasonably mild you could say with a high today at eight fifteen not even a need that winter jacket you for tonight mainly clear those to bring the jacket if you're going out tonight hello just about freezing thirty two to thirty four for tomorrow Christmas Eve account those last minute errands without lots of sunshine out there the weather is not going to be a bother not quite as mild hunter forty five still not too bad for Christmas day a great day out there and fortunately no snow but that's okay a mix of sun and clouds high in the mid forties clouds and sun on Thursday with a high near forty one this is WBZ news radio ten thirty with the news watch never stop blue skies out the window here at WBZ like a forty five degrees in Boston good morning I'm Nicole Davis thanks for taking us with you this morning here the five things you need to know at eleven fifteen long lines come down for the minute a bit at Logan airport but the roads are filling up heading out of town for the holiday check the rails next CEO of Boeing Dennis Moeller Burke is out company says he'll be replaced next month by the board chairman defense department say an American service member has been killed in action in Afghanistan two suspects are under arrest after a police chase that started in Braintree finally ended on the Cape in Yarmouth let's get back to the right out of town for many who don't want to drive the train always a great option he's he's.

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"dennis moeller burke" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

KTTH 770AM

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"dennis moeller burke" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

"The the reason why this shocks me is it was a new move you can make it so there's only one sensor and one computer other planes this expectation of redundancy they expect that you have two sensors into computers Boeing broke rules they went away from the base system of expectations in aviation and people's lives were lost I don't think it is that in saying that Dennis Moeller Burke should lose his job what's there to defend I just I don't get it with these rich people with these CEOs yeah celebrate them give them tons of money when they succeed right because we see all the time like the CEO for Microsoft just got a huge raise rightfully so Microsoft from what I can tell hasn't killed anybody with their software recently the CEO of Boeing not one plane fell out of the sky to fell out of the sky it's because they went away from call minute practices on their testing that's a fireball offense I'm sorry if somehow I created a radio show that kill Darren that would be a fireball offense and maybe Jason should also be fired right like multiple people should go down if we have a radio show that so dangerous that Darren dies there and knock on wood like if you go down I'm probably going down with you because I don't understand what type of like nami takes only you out right that's a good incentive does not kill me.

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"dennis moeller burke" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

KTTH 770AM

07:11 min | 1 year ago

"dennis moeller burke" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

"Radio you can see what I look like Derren and I've decided there was this one moment where he surprised played baby shark in our number one I want to take that sixty seconds of me shaking my head and dancing to baby shark and put it on the internet so that all the no not this time stop it every time I say baby shark it doesn't mean play baby please not today I think we ought to get into genres a baby shark if we're gonna start play like somebody sent in the Marriott you baby shark I think we're going to switch it up like let's let's start doing different different versions in this case I'm done teasing the Seahawks giveaway let's get make our way to our first section of the front page national news national news local news as well Dennis Moeller and Berg is preparing to give testimony today to the Senate commerce committee and then tomorrow before the house transportation committee he is going to admit that quote we know we made mistakes and got some things wrong we own that and we are fixing them last we updated you on Boeing they had fired the head of their well it would be their passenger plane division I found that quite humorous because the person they fired has only been working for Boeing for three years he was actually hired from outside of Boeing and I'm not sure how culpable he is to all of the problems they're having this testimony is Sirius this testimony could be the end of Dennis Malham Burke hi I think he needs to be fired I'm gonna stick around on that I've been on that on that stand for a while that Dennis Mullen Bergen needs to be acts as really a sign and I don't care if he wasn't involved at all as a leader you should be involved as a leader you should be the person talking about safety you should be the person asking questions about liability here's a great example there and I am the crazy marketing guy right I work for my family Dick's drive ins for agency hater out there I own an ad agency they hate when I say that it's not my job to talk about liability it's my sister's job she's the C. L. right I commented I say jasmine I want to put a balloon up in space and then I want to get an astronaut to jump out of the balloon and well he is falling he's going to eat a cheeseburger and we're gonna live stream it's gonna be like that Red Bull guy who jumped from space my sister's job is to go what is the liability in costs around that and is that a good choice all and I'm supposed to go back to the drawing table and say no that wasn't a good choice in this case I don't know what Dennis Malberg send his team back to the drawing board when it came to the M. C. A. S. system this is the system that we spent so much time talking about on both fatal flights in the seven thirty seven Max a faulty sensor because the M. C. A. S. to push the nose down on pilots were unable to save the planes Boeing is now making the nose down pitch less frequent and powerful and it is adding redundancy by tying it to two sensors into computers instead of one each time this is where it's so shocking the the reason why this shocks me is it was a new move you can make it so there's only one sensor and one computer other planes have this expectation of redundancy they expect that you have two sensors into computers Boeing broke rules they went away from the base system of expectations in aviation and people's lives were lost I don't think it is that in saying that Dennis Moeller Burke should lose his job what's there to defend I just I don't get it with these rich people with these CEOs yeah celebrate them give them tons of money when they succeed right because we see all the time like the CEO for Microsoft just got a huge raise rightfully so Microsoft from what I can tell hasn't killed anybody with their software recently the CEO of Boeing not one plane fell out of the sky to fell out of the sky it's because they went away from call minute practices on their testing that's a fireball offense I'm sorry if somehow I created a radio show that kill Darren that would be a fireball offense and maybe Jason should also be fired ray like multiple people should go down if we have a radio show that so dangerous that Darren dies there and knock on wood like if you go down I'm probably going down with you because I don't understand what type of like nami takes only you out right that's a good incentive though to not kill me you may lose your job I don't know I I feel like I'm one of the most intense people on the fire mold and Berg train and I'm curious does anybody on the tax on care does anybody else think he should be responsible held culpable for this and I get it he didn't make the call he didn't dot the I's and cross the T. but so what you get rewarded when other people succeed you get millions of dollars you should get fired when your team fails at this level just pull darn stop and it shows it's just I don't know I'm I'm done I want to see this guy go otherwise texter rights mall Enberg may still be fired or allowed to step down no stepping down firing the only it's like those in football coaches you know when they know they're going to be fired and they try to resign and it's like no you're fired you go back out there when you deal with this team sucks I can't believe I paid you millions of dollars for this product right I love that the the mall Enberg he's not going to step down he's gone he may hang on until all the investigations into this issue are complete so he can so he can take all the heat from the fallout if he is fire too soon the fallout could be could bleed over to the next CO two that's the worst how bad would you feel actually think about that and if I told you that this show is going to go down but like if we don't want the next show to hold liability so we're gonna keep you around for the next six months I want you to know you're fired in six months but just like you put on a good faith Ole boy and just be happy yeah they're defend the company nobody can talk about morale the wide sexy clothes that either way it mon Burke should be fired and we the public need to keep our eyes on Boeing and keep the pressure on Boeing to fire and he should not be allowed to step down and get a golden parachute every once in awhile I wonder if the wise textures just my inner psyche texting into this radio show I know that's really egotistical right is give yourself a lot of credit sometimes there and when you're having a tough to say you should just give yourself compliments.

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"dennis moeller burke" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

KTTH 770AM

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"dennis moeller burke" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

"The the reason why this shocks me is it was a new move you can make it so there's only one sensor and one computer other planes have this expectation of redundancy they expect that you have two sensors into computers Boeing broke rules they went away from the base system of expectations in aviation and people's lives were lost I don't think it is that in saying that Dennis Moeller Burke should lose his job what's there to defend I just I don't get it with these rich people with these CEOs yeah celebrate them give them tons of money when they succeed right because we see all the time like the CEO for Microsoft just got a huge raise rightfully so Microsoft from what I can tell hasn't killed anybody with their software recently the CEO of Boeing not one plane fell out of the sky to fell out of the sky it's because they went away from call minute practices on their testing that's a fireball offense I'm sorry if somehow I created a radio show that kill Darren that would be a fireball offense and maybe Jason should also be fired right like multiple people should go down if we have a radio show that so dangerous that Darren dies there and knock on wood like if you go down I'm probably going down with you because I don't understand what type of like nami takes only you out right that's a good incentive though to not kill me.

"dennis moeller burke" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

KTTH 770AM

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"dennis moeller burke" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

"The the reason why this shocks me is it was a new move you can make it so there's only one sensor and one computer other planes have this expectation of redundancy they expect that you have two sensors into computers Boeing broke rules they went away from the base system of expectations in aviation and people's lives were lost I don't think it is that in saying that Dennis Moeller Burke should lose his job what's there to defend I just I don't get it with these rich people with these CEOs yeah celebrate them give them tons of money when they succeed right because we see all the time like the CEO for Microsoft you've got a huge raise rightfully so Microsoft from what I can tell hasn't killed anybody with their software recently the CEO of Boeing not one plane fell out of the sky to fell out of the sky it's because they went away from call minute practices on their testing that's a fireball offense I'm sorry if somehow I created a radio show that kill Darren that would be a fireball offense and maybe Jason should also be fired right like multiple people should go down if we have a radio show that so dangerous that Darren dies there and knock on wood like if you go down I'm probably going down with you because I don't understand what type of like nami takes only you out right that's a good incentive though it's not kill me you.

"dennis moeller burke" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

08:04 min | 1 year ago

"dennis moeller burke" Discussed on KCRW

"Natalie catcher is a business reporter at the times and one of the central questions we've been trying to get at is how was this plane designed and how was it certified what we found out was that what contributed to both accidents was this M. caste system that was supposed to help pilots but what it actually did was constantly push the nose of the plane down so they had to struggle with it in both accidents and the system pushed both planes into fatal knows us and so there were design weaknesses there that were being built into the system from the very beginning and on the regulator side we learned that the Federal Aviation Administration basically handed Boeing the responsibility for determining the safety of much of this aircraft Boeing was regulating itself to a certain degree and Boeing never really fully explains the system M. cast to the regulators and this is the system that contributes to both of the crash but one of the central questions that remained was what two Boeing now what did the executives at the highest levels of the company know about potential problems with this plane about potential flaws in this system and when did they know it and that's why the CEO of Boeing Dennis Moeller Burke was hauled up to the hill to testify in front of Congress this week for the first time since both crashes because lawmakers have the same questions that we did this hearing will come to order thank you all for being here today right and you were there so set the scene for us of what this was like inside the capitol so the hearing start on Tuesday in the Senate and the room is helpful believe tense there is a row of family members of the victims of the crashes that are holding signs showing the faces of their loved ones and then Dennis Malmberg files in and he takes his seat and he begins delivering his opening statement German worker ranking member can't well committee members thank you for the opportunity to join you today and we share your commitment to aviation safety he's not someone who's known as a very comfortable public speaker he sometimes has a wood in affect of before we start today I'd like to speak directly to the families of the victims were here with us when he begins his opening statement by immediately apologizing to the families we are sorry deeply and truly sorry as a husband and father myself I'm a I'm heart broken by your losses I think about you and your loved ones every day I know our entire bowing team does as well he says that the company knows that it made mistakes and he vows to make improvements we can and must do better he's saying look share your commitment to safety and and that's what is there to really persuade them of any says you know that he is looking forward to their questions questions that turn out to be a pummeling from senator swimming with the senators from the get go are really laying into Mr Malmberg I've got to tell you and I think I told you guys is the office sometime ago I would walk before I was to get on the three seven thirty seven Max I would walk there's no way and the one who really goes the hardest is senator Ted Cruz Mysteron burger I have to say the testimony here today has been quite dismaying senator Cruz starts in on a really intense line of questioning about this set of instant messages from November twenty sixteen long before the crash is that Congress just recently got its hands on and in the messages one of the pilots a guy named mark for Connor is talking about how M. cast this system is causing him trouble in the simulator Mr for Kerr shocker alert M. cast is now active down the M. two it's running rampant in the sim on me he says it's running rampant in the flight simulator that's this giant machine that's used for testing and then he says Mr Fortner so basically I lied to the regulators unknowingly so I basically lied to regulators unknowingly and what do you mean by that well the times revealed in an investigation earlier this year that for Conor months before these messages had asked the FAA to take EM cast to take this system out of the pilot's manual and at the time he described it as a system that would almost never activate in a normal flight and that wasn't all that significant he played down the risks it seems like he's realizing that this system and cast is more problematic than he thought and he had told the FAA that is one possibility and it's certainly what many senators on Tuesday seem to thing was happening okay and how does Millersburg respond to this line of questioning especially from senator Cruz is coming so hard to him about it well my number says that he became aware of these messages between the pilots before the second crash but he says he did not dig into the details until very recently and that's the point on which senator Cruz really hammers him he says you're the CEO the Buck stops with you did you read this document and how did your team not put it in front of you run in with their hair on fire say and we got a real problem here how did you not in February set out a nine alarm fire to say we need to figure out exactly what happened not after all the hearings not after the pressure but because three hundred forty six people have died we don't want another person to die he's basically saying the CEO you should have been on this you should have wanted to know what was in those messages before the second crash happened and you know senators were asking this question fact that he took another tragedy just to actually ground the airplanes we could actually have a fix that works why didn't you act sooner why why didn't we react why didn't we ground that aircraft a lot sooner so another trans you would happen why didn't we ground the plane earlier before the second crash exactly we could have avoided a second tragedy and as senator we have asked that question over and over and he said if we could go back and do it over if we could go back we would have made a different decision we would ground the plane after the first crash if we had the information then that we have now we would have acted differently but the lawmakers have a different view I mean many of them are saying you did have some of this information and the question they're asking is why didn't you act sooner given what was already on your desk right to the central question about what Boeing knew when it knew it at least part of the answer is starting to come all that clear according to the senators which is that the C. E. O. knew some before the second crash and they're saying that something should have been the basis for action that could have prevented the second crash that's right.

"dennis moeller burke" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"dennis moeller burke" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"The oasis leisure center has a concert venue listen to radio dot com I just about every single active device I love to you know work in the car and when I'm at the gym every morning your favorite song your boarding live at fifty four stock through it all the time this podcast on demand twenty four seven and much more I'm always listening to something on Amazon echo Google home Sotos roku fire TV and Chromecast in the car I'm always on the go for details at a radio dot com slash listen you really news time seven forty five trending stories on WBBM newsradio dot com the office of Chicago's boying told members of Congress said he knew it test fired have raised concerns about the safety of the seven thirty seven MAX before the second in the crash of the jet Dennis Moeller Burke says he only learned the details of the concerns of the last few weeks security officers at o'hare airport made an arrest this morning for finding a loaded nine millimeter handgun in a person's carry on luggage ages reportedly found the fire under your routine screening at a checkpoint the guns order had about firearm owner ID card in the concealed carry permit as well and we posted wedding pictures form newlyweds from Chicago ceremony in northern California was disrupted by wildfires the picture shows a husband and wife preparing to walk down the aisle with masks on their faces WB we news time seven forty six when searching for door maintenance and repair church door systems sports regret World Series game six and ending number two with Houston leading Washington.

"dennis moeller burke" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"dennis moeller burke" Discussed on WGN Radio

"News is sponsored by builder supply outlet the Chicago teachers union in school board are back at the negotiating table on this day thirteen of the teachers strike students have been out of the classrooms for nine days now C. P. S. cheap latonya McDaid says a big contention put between the two sides is now a teacher prep time proposals that the union has put forward what I they're significantly reduce the number of instructional days through out the school year or decrease instructional minutes within within each day she says that has the potential to compromise the academic progress made to this point classes are canceled once again in Elmhurst college after another case of vandalism the school says it is out of abundance of caution after threatening graffiti senator Tammy Duckworth is among the members of the Senate panel grilling Boeing CEO Dennis Moeller Burke this morning and his company's handling of the alleged software issues that led to two crashes killing three hundred fifty people you know in twenty sixteen that this was happening and your team at Boeing decided we don't need to fix that because of well understood polishing techniques and procedures but the problem is that well understood piloting Technikon procedures is to pull back and that's it would you added something else she told Wallenberg good Muller Berg set the pilots up for failure a White House national security officials prepared to testify that he was concerned about a call between president trump and the Ukrainian president is on Capitol Hill now our army lieutenant colonel Alexander victim in arrived in full military uniform for his interview with the house impeachment investigators meantime house Republicans are trying to diminish the investigation itself here's Wyoming Congress woman Liz Cheney are now attempting to sort of put a cloak of legitimacy around this process by saying they're going to bring it to a vote on the floor they can't fix it the full house will vote on the inquiry on Thursday LA firefighters are racing to contain as much of the Getty fires possible they're expecting strong winds to kick up tonight up to seventy miles an hour and fire crews are on the scene after.

"dennis moeller burke" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"dennis moeller burke" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"It's eleven o'clock and Devin Monterey will take a look at traffic and weather at eleven OO three it was a year ago a lion air Boeing seven thirty seven MAX crashed in Indonesia now the playmaker C. E. O. is being scrutinized by lawmakers on Capitol Hill here's CBS news correspondent Stephen Dorsey Boeing CEO Dennis Moeller Burke told senators he apologized to the FAA administrator for his company not the media leave flagging messages between test pilots about safety flaws in the seven thirty seven Max's M. Cass flight system I called him and apologize for how this had come through the process senator Richard Blumenthal accuse Boeing of hiding the plane safety problems from passengers and pilots in the two deadly crashes they were in flying coffins Steve Dorsey CBS news Washington a massive wildfire continues to burn largely unchecked near Los Angeles forcing thousands of residents including lebron James to flee their homes the Getty fire which broke out early Monday has scorched more than six hundred acres on the west side of LA it's just five percent contained wind gusts could be up to fifty to seventy miles per hour it only takes one amber blow down when to start another fire that's LA fire chief Ralph to ROS as who says they hope to boost containment today but are concerned that the blaze could grow again overnight when a new round of powerful Santa Ana winds roles in the Pentagon says it's working to declassify videos and photos of the raid that resulted in the death of ISIS leader Abu Bakr al Baghdadi the images could be released as early as tomorrow here's at correspondent.

Boeing CEO: Company knew of test pilot 737 Max concerns

Rush Limbaugh

00:46 sec | 1 year ago

Boeing CEO: Company knew of test pilot 737 Max concerns

"Three it was a year ago a lion air Boeing seven thirty seven MAX crashed in Indonesia now the playmaker C. E. O. is being scrutinized by lawmakers on Capitol Hill here's CBS news correspondent Stephen Dorsey Boeing CEO Dennis Moeller Burke told senators he apologized to the FAA administrator for his company not the media leave flagging messages between test pilots about safety flaws in the seven thirty seven Max's M. Cass flight system I called him and apologize for how this had come through the process senator Richard Blumenthal accuse Boeing of hiding the plane safety problems from passengers and pilots in the two deadly crashes they were in flying coffins Steve Dorsey CBS news

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"dennis moeller burke" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

07:57 min | 1 year ago

"dennis moeller burke" Discussed on KCRW

"Donner work it's seven thirty five it's morning edition from NPR news I'm David green in Culver city California and I'm Rachel Martin in Washington DC today and tomorrow the chief executive of Boeing Dennis Moeller Burke will appear before two congressional committees and face questions about a passenger jet the Boeing seven thirty seven Max one year ago today a seven thirty seven MAX operated by Indonesia's lion air fell out of the sky five months later last March another crash Ethiopian airlines says one of its passenger planes have seven thirty seven MAX eight jet liner crash today Ethiopian airlines says the new Boeing seven thirty seven was delivered in November it's the same one that was involved in the Indonesian lying there Jack disaster back in October three hundred and forty six people died in those two crashes last March after the second crash the Ethiopian airlines crash I spoke with Jim hall he's a former chairman of the national transportation safety board and hall had lots of questions for Boeing about its manufacturing design safety practices with the Boeing CEO going before Congress today we reach back to Jim hall yesterday and asked have your questions been addressed no the question Sir arsenic public deserves to be answered are are still outstanding and other courses well there was a single point of failure on this aircraft so let's stick into that first a single point of failure as early as twenty fifteen Boeing and Federal Aviation Administration officials had pushed F. A. A. safety engineers to allow the company to have a big hand in the new planes safety assessments Boeing won that fight which led to what Halsey's as a major breakdown of long standing aviation industry wisdom do not certify any new plane that can crash because a single component fails all says that is just what happened with the two seven thirty sevens that crashed we are after two aircraft in question that had the tragedies neither one has the second sensor feeding information the M. castle the M. caste system that's the automated flight control system and studying the crash is revealed something disturbing not all Boeing seven thirty seven MAX jets came off the assembly line with the same safety mechanisms some had just one sensor feeding that system others had to so why hall says because the second sensor was sold as an extra costlier add on US based airlines all bought it because they can afford to some less well funded international airlines didn't it disturbs me greatly looks like he is being sold by Wayfair craft that their two levels of safety one for those airlines again the Ford and they know the level of safety for the airlines it cannot afford it and therefore the passengers are not as safe on some aircraft is a our other whole wonders what Boeing and the FAA did or didn't do after the first crash that might have prevented the second one where it turned out to someone who will have the opportunity to question a Boeing CEO Dennis Wallenberg on Capitol Hill this week congressman Peter DeFazio is a Democrat from Oregon and the chair of the house transportation committee and is with us in our studios thanks so much for coming in thanks for it so we already know quite a lot about what caused the Boeing seven thirty seven MAX planes to crash and Boeing's role in it what more do you and your committee wanted no well they were obviously substantial production pressures at Boeing they're trying to compete with their bus they promised to deliver plane that would have the same fuel economy and this is what drove this whole disaster they promised that the pilots would not need additional training that's expensive in fact their contract with southwest said if your pilots have to be retrained you get a million Bucks per plane rebate so even before they designed this M. caste system and even before they turned it into a radical system that would take over the plane that was the second iteration of them cast they had said no one on the to be retrained and that drove everything from that point forward in that loony found out that that was part of the problem in at least one of the crashes right was the problem was the problem it was the problem was an automated system that was radically designed and it took over the plane it would be two and a half degrees of you know it every of the stabilizer every every ten seconds and it couldn't be over ridden with the stick and you had to figure out and what Jim was talking about and he was a great chair by the way was there was something called the disagree light which would light up in your face and I would say the two angle of attack sensors don't agree so you say oh well that's the problem I'd better shut that system down except it wasn't easy to shut down the M. caste system particularly in certain flight attitudes and to correct the problem manual so how did these planes with what are clearly flaws that you've just outlined how did they get to the point where they're flying in the sky I mean does it have something to do with the fact the Boeing was essentially allowed to police its own safety mechanisms Boeing did not disclose the radical nature of the system in any coherent way you to the F. A. A. but the FAA still should have caught at the FAA should have been totally focused anything that's new or novel is supposed to have an extraordinary level of scrutiny by the FAA and it's supposed to be disclosed by the manufacturer they did not categorize this as a system that was catastrophic if it failed the big it's so so they didn't give Boeing did not give the FAA the information it needed to exert further scrutiny but still the oversight I mean the whole process failed so what needs to change I mean does the FAA need to change this protocol that allows individual manufacturers to to draft their own safety standards nothing that's on a plane they can take it down that safety critical should be solely the purview of Boeing and in this case the law didn't say that it was solely the purview of Boeing there was a Boeing engineer that was an engineer designated as an oversight person by the FAA a and then they're supposed to be an FAA person overseeing that person except there were only forty five people in the F. A. A. overseeing all of Boeing's operations which is another twelve hundred of these DA's these designees so that's a a is to blame in part they certainly share part of the blame and and the and the system shares part of the plan we put a provision the last bill saying we have to have an adequate number of people this was from the pressure airline safety specialists they said Hey we need something in the bill we need to know that there will be enough of airline safety specialists to oversee the system there weren't there wasn't enough scrutiny but but Boeing has a lot to answer for in terms of the way they decide that a single point of failure that is never ever ever done and just recently in seconds remaining in what's the one way you hold Boeing accountable whoa a justice department is going to the biggest accountability they're looking at criminal violations concealing deliberately concealing from the government that's a criminal violation but beyond that we're going to change the law and see that this can't ever happen again at Boeing or any other manufacturer of any critical airplane part congressman Peter DeFazio chair of the house transportation committee thank you so much for your time we appreciate it thanks for to.

"dennis moeller burke" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

08:35 min | 1 year ago

"dennis moeller burke" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Quiet except for the occasional sound of a helicopter or a fire engine roaring across town along Hembree lane one homeowner fashion a sprinkler on the chimney soaking the roof with water presumably to rent it from catching fire James Madison operates a bulldozer his father can K. fire for three days including Sunday during the bad winds the fire was out running us we couldn't go as fast as the fiery it would jump ahead of us fortunately the fire didn't reach Windsor he said mark for live he lives along Shiloh road where firefighters me to stand on the weekend defying an evacuation order he stayed home to protect his house and saw flames from his front yard how is his night not a whole lot of sleep but a thankful that we have professionals like these guys stomping this fire out so we're hanging in there cal fire said the wind shifted to the south around eleven Monday morning that allowed firefighters to try and control the wildfires perimeter for now they're attacking the most active part of the fire I'm Kevin stark cake you reading this support comes from cal performances presenting the marines give ballet an orchestra and low value dare open October thirtieth through November third Culver city California and I'm Rachel Martin in Washington DC today and tomorrow the chief executive of Boeing Dennis Moeller Burke will appear before two congressional committees and face questions about a passenger jet the Boeing seven thirty seven Max one year ago today a seven thirty seven MAX operated by into knees as a lion air fell out of the sky five months later last March another crash Ethiopian airlines says one of its passenger planes and more seven thirty seven MAX eight jet liner crash today Ethiopian airlines says the new Boeing seven thirty seven was delivered in November it's the same one that was involved in the Indonesian lying there Jack disaster back in October three hundred and forty six people died in those two crashes last March after the second crash the Ethiopian airlines crash I spoke with Jim hall he's a former chairman of the national transportation safety board and hall had lots of questions for Boeing about its manufacturing design safety practices with the Boeing CEO going before Congress today we reach back to Jim hall yesterday and asked have your questions been addressed no the question Sir our public deserves to be answered are are still outstanding sources well there was a single point of failure on this aircraft so let's stick into that first a single point of failure as early as twenty fifteen Boeing and Federal Aviation Administration officials had pushed F. A. A. safety engineers to allow the company to have a big hand in the new plane safety assessments Boeing won that fight which led to what Halsey's as a major breakdown of long standing aviation industry wisdom do not certify any new plane that can crash because a single component fails all says that is just what happened with the two seven thirty sevens that crashed the aircraft wrapped in question they had the tragedies neither one has the second sensor feeding information the M. cast the M. caste system that's the automated flight control system and studying the crash is revealed something disturbing not all Boeing seven thirty seven MAX jets came off the assembly line with the same safety mechanisms some had just one sensor feeding that system others had to so why hall says because the second sensor was sold as an extra costlier add on US based airlines all bought it because they can afford to some less well funded international airlines didn't it disturbs me greatly the tasty is being sold by Wayfair craft with their two levels of safety one for those airlines again the Ford and they know the level of safety for the airlines it cannot afford it and therefore the passengers are not as safe on some aircraft is a our other whole wonders what Boeing and the FAA did or didn't do after the first crash that might have prevented the second one where it turned out to someone who will have the opportunity to question a Boeing CEO Dennis Swanberg on Capitol Hill this week congressman Peter DeFazio is a Democrat from Oregon and the chair of the house transportation committee and is with us in our studios thanks so much for coming in thanks for it so we already know quite a lot about what caused the Boeing seven thirty seven MAX planes to crash and Boeing's role in it what more do you and your committee wanted no well there were obviously substantial production pressures at Boeing they're trying to compete with their bus they promised to deliver a plane that would have the same fuel economy and this is what drove this whole disaster they promised that the pilots would not need additional training that's expensive in fact their contract with southwest said if your pilots have to be retrained you get a million Bucks per plane rebate so even before they designed this M. caste system and even before they turned it into a radical system that would take over the plane that was the second iteration of them cast they had said no one on the to be retrained and that drove everything from that point forward and I found out that that was part of the problem in at least one of the crashes right was the problem was the problem it was the problem was an automated system that was radically designed and it took over the plane it would be two and a half degrees of you know it every of the stabilizer every every ten seconds and it couldn't be over ridden with the stick and you had to figure out and what Jim was talking about and he was a great chair by the way was there was something called the disagree light which would light up in your face and I would say the two angle of attack sensors don't agree so you think well that's the problem I better shut that system down except it wasn't easy to shut down the M. caste system particularly in certain flight attitudes and to correct the problem manual so how did these planes with what are clearly flaws that you've just outlined how did they get to the point where they're flying in the sky I mean does it have something to do with the fact the Boeing was essentially allowed to police its own safety mechanisms Boeing did not disclose the radical nature of this system in any coherent way to the F. A. A. but the FAA still should have caught at the FAA should have been totally focused anything that's new or novel is supposed to have an extraordinary level of scrutiny by the FAA and it's supposed to be disclosed by the manufacturer they did not categorize this as a system that was catastrophic if it failed they they it's so so they didn't give Boeing did not give the FAA the information it needed to exert further scrutiny but still the oversight I mean the whole process failed so what needs to change I mean does the FAA need to change this protocol that allows individual manufacturers to to draft their own safety standards nothing that's on a plane they can take it down that safety critical should be solely the purview of Boeing and in this case the law didn't say that it was solely the purview of Boeing there was a Boeing engineer that was an engineer designated as an oversight person by the FAA a and then they're supposed to be an FAA person overseeing that person except there were only forty five people in the F. A. A. overseeing all of Boeing's operations which is another twelve hundred of these DA's these designees so that's a a is to blame in part they certainly share part of the blame and and the and the system shares part of the plan we put a provision the last bill saying we have to have an adequate number of people this was from the pressure airline safety specialists they said Hey we need something in the bill we need to know that there will be enough of airline safety specialist to oversee the system there weren't there wasn't enough scrutiny but but Boeing has a lot to answer for in terms of the way they designed it a single point of failure that is never ever ever done and just recently in seconds remaining in what's the one way you hold Boeing accountable well justice department is going to the biggest accountability that they're looking at criminal violations concealing deliberately concealing from the government that's a criminal violation but beyond that we're going to change the law and see that this can't ever happen again at Boeing or any other manufacturer of any critical airplane part congressman Peter DeFazio chair of.

"dennis moeller burke" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

07:54 min | 1 year ago

"dennis moeller burke" Discussed on KCRW

"It's five thirty five it's morning edition from NPR news I'm David green in Culver city California and I'm Rachel Martin in Washington DC today and tomorrow the chief executive of Boeing Dennis Moeller Burke will appear before two congressional committees and face questions about a passenger jet the Boeing seven thirty seven Max one year ago today a seven thirty seven MAX operated by Indonesia's lion air fell out of the sky five months later last March another crash Ethiopian airlines says one of its passenger planes happened numerous seven thirty seven MAX eight jet liner crash today Ethiopian airlines says the new Boeing seven thirty seven was delivered in November it's the same one that was involved in the Indonesian lying there Jack disaster back in October three hundred and forty six people died in those two crashes last March after the second crash the Ethiopian airlines crash I spoke with Jim hall he's a former chairman of the national transportation safety board and hall had lots of questions for Boeing about its manufacturing design safety practices with the Boeing CEO going before Congress today we reach back to Jim hall yesterday and asked have your questions been addressed no the question Sir arsenic public deserves to be answered are are still outstanding sources well there was a single point of failure on this aircraft so let's stick into that first a single point of failure as early as twenty fifteen Boeing and Federal Aviation Administration officials had pushed F. A. A. safety engineers to allow the company to have a big hand in the new plane safety assessments Boeing won that fight which led to what Halsey's as a major breakdown of long standing aviation industry wisdom do not certify any new plane that can crash because a single component fails all says that is just what happened with the two seven thirty sevens that crashed after two aircraft in question that had the tragedies neither one has the second sensor feeding information the M. castle the M. caste system that's the automated flight control system and studying the crashes revealed something disturbing not all Boeing seven thirty seven MAX jets came off the assembly line with the same safety mechanisms some had just one sensor feeding that system others had to so why hall says because the second sensor was sold as an extra costlier add on US based airlines all bought it because they can afford to some less well funded international airlines didn't it disturbs me greatly looks like he is being sold by Wayfair craft with their two levels of safety one for those airlines again the Ford and they have a level of safety for the airlines it cannot afford it and therefore the passengers are not as safe on some aircraft is a our other whole wonders what Boeing and the FAA did or didn't do after the first crash that might have prevented the second one where it turned out to someone who will have the opportunity to question a Boeing CEO Dennis Wallenberg on Capitol Hill this week congressman Peter DeFazio is a Democrat from Oregon and the chair of the house transportation committee and is with us in our studios thanks so much for coming in thanks for it'll so we already know quite a lot about what caused the Boeing seven thirty seven MAX planes to crash and Boeing's role in it what more do you and your committee wanted no well there were obviously substantial production pressures at Boeing they're trying to compete with their bus they promised to deliver a plane that would have the same fuel economy and this is what drove this whole disaster they promised that the pilots would not need additional training that's expensive in fact their contract with southwest said if your pilots have to be retrained you get a million Bucks per plane rebate so even before they designed this M. caste system and even before they turned it into a radical system that would take over the plane that was the second iteration of them cast they had said no one on the to be retrained and that drove everything from that point forward and found out that that was part of the problem in at least one of the crashes right was the problem was the problem it was the problem was an automated system that was radically designed and it took over the plane it would be two and a half degrees of of you know it every of the stabilizer every every ten seconds and it couldn't be over ridden with the stick and you had to figure out and what Jim was talking about and he was a great chair by the way was there was something called a disagree light which would light up in your face and I would say the two angle of attack sensors don't agree so you say oh well that's the problem I'd better shut that system down except it wasn't easy to shut down the M. caste system particularly in certain flight attitudes and to correct the problem manual so how did these planes with what are clearly flaws that you've just outlined how did they get to the point where they're flying in the sky I mean does it have something to do with the fact the Boeing was essentially allowed to police its own safety mechanisms Boeing did not disclose the radical nature of the system in any coherent way you to the F. A. A. but the FAA still should have caught at the FAA should have been totally focused anything that's new or novel is supposed to have an extraordinary level of scrutiny by the FAA and it's supposed to be disclosed by the manufacturer they did not categorize this as a system that was catastrophic if it failed the big it's so so they didn't give Boeing did not give the FAA the information it needed to exert further scrutiny but still the oversight I mean the whole process failed so what needs to change I mean does the FAA need to change this protocol that allows individual manufacturers to to draft their own safety standards nothing that's on a plane they can take it down that safety critical should be solely the purview of Boeing and in this case the laws didn't say that it was solely the purview of Boeing there was a Boeing engineer that was an engineer designated as the oversight person by the F. A. A. and then they're supposed to be an FAA person overseeing that person except there were only forty five people in the F. A. A. overseeing all of Boeing's operations which is another twelve hundred of these DA's these designees so that's a a is to blame in part they certainly share part of the blame and and the and the system shares part of the plan we put a provision the last bill saying we have to have an adequate number of people this was from the pressure airline safety specialists they said Hey we need something in the bill we need to know that there will be enough of airline safety specialist to oversee the system there weren't there wasn't enough scrutiny but but Boeing has a lot to answer for in terms of the way they decide that a single point of failure that is never ever ever done and just recently in seconds remaining in what's the one way you hold Boeing accountable well a justice department is going to the biggest accountability they're looking at criminal violations concealing deliberately concealing from the government that's a criminal violation but beyond that we're going to change the law and see that this can't ever happen again at Boeing or any other manufacturer of any critical airplane part congressman Peter DeFazio chair of the house transportation committee thank you so much for your time we appreciate it thanks for two.