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Boeing Makes Surprise Announcement Amid Ongoing Scandal

After everything that has come out, would you still fly on a Boeing airplane? What about a Boeing flying car?

Amid the company’s current ongoing scandal, the aerospace giant has announced plans to bring a mass-produced flying car to the consumer markets in America and Asia.

Boeing’s purported plans are currently set for the year 2030. Nikkei Asia had more:

The company is developing electric vertical take-off and landing (eVTOL) craft at subsidiary Wisk Aero.

The aircraft will adopt autonomous technology, rare among eVTOL craft.

The plan is to first obtain certification in the U.S. before expanding into Asia.

The defense contractor and aerospace corporation is currently facing a PR disaster after a whistleblower set to testify against the company was found mysteriously dead.

Additionally, Boeing’s current CEO has announced that he is resigning from the company.

The online community was quick to cast doubt on Boeing’s flying car plans, here’s what everyone is saying:

The Independent did a full report touching on Boeing’s safety issues:

The trouble is, the more the flying public finds out about practices at Boeing, the more anxious passengers may fret.

Early in February, Mr Deal pledged to end “traveled work” – whereby components with known flaws were allowed on the production line, to be fixed as the plane was assembled.

Many people were shocked that they had ever been allowed.

The FAA has slowed the planned production rate of Boeing 737 Max jets,


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