With the safety of the 737 Max in question, many in the public will likely have reservations about flying on the plane. In fact, a poll conducted by Business Insider a week after the Ethiopian Airlines crash showed that 53% of American adults would not want to fly on a Boeing 737 Max even after the FAA clears the aircraft for service.
American Airlines CEO Doug Parker told Business Insider in a recent interview that the by the time the 737 Max has been recertified by the FAA and is flying again, the airline «will have 100% certainty that airplane is safe.»
«Our focus right now is working with the regulators and our pilots and with Boeing to get to a point that we all feel comfortable the aircraft is safe, it won’t be flying until everyone is comfortable about that,» Parker told us.
The long-time airline CEO also noted that if his pilots feel the 737 Max is safe, then so will he…