Canada grounds Boeing 737 Max 8, bans jet from airspace

Canada is grounding all its Boeing 737 Max 8 aircraft and banning the jet from entering its airspace until further notice in the wake of mounting safety concerns following the recent Ethiopian Airlines crash that killed all 157 people on board, including 18 Canadians.
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Commentaires

  • Olwen Morgan

    Olwen Morgan

    Il y a 11 jours

    MCAS = Manoeuvring Controls Are Sh!t.

  • Didier Lemoine

    Didier Lemoine

    Il y a 27 jours

    Will european ASEAgency certify 737MAX ??????

  • Кристиян Русинов

    Кристиян Русинов

    Il y a mois

    WELL DONE CANADA, WELL DONE !!! 👏

  • Pockets MacCartney

    Pockets MacCartney

    Il y a mois

    And yet Boeing only cuts back production from 52 to 42 per month. While software fixes may only be part of a solution. Some mechanical option should be permitted to completely unplug servomechanisms from taking orders only from a misinformed computer. The faulty sensor and anti-stall nose down problem may require a refit not configurable to the jet as-is. They should shut the whole damn line down. Probably they have estimated what's needed and deemed complete shut-down unnecessary. Yet it is more likely fiscal concerns keep it going despite flaws. It looks bad, and they're hoping with a sop of curtailment, it wont look AS bad them going forward.

  • Pockets MacCartney

    Pockets MacCartney

    Il y a mois

    . . and may not be solely MCAS problems. We dont know if physical faults exist.

  • Gregorian J.T. Campbell

    Gregorian J.T. Campbell

    Il y a mois

    It not made to go overseas just for Hockey in the States and Canada

  • asdsdjf asdjxajiosdqw

    asdsdjf asdjxajiosdqw

    Il y a mois

    Good on Canada. American planes are badly designed and cheaply built. I always check with the airline what plane I will be on before flying

  • Miranda Conlin

    Miranda Conlin

    Il y a mois

    It's hard to believe any news. Flew into and out of Canada and run daily max9 flights. Our aircraft checked out in it's 2 day down time and our crews were trained properly. Not to mention anyone can look at any online flight radar and see all the private airlines and multiple SouthWest and American airlines. I don't seem to notice any ban they speak of.

  • Temujin

    Temujin

    Il y a mois

    Indonesia has cancelled the order and China is considering that as well. Eff murican corporate greed even cutting safety features to increase profits. Maybe the dotard should fly on these planes :P

  • Mulligan Free

    Mulligan Free

    Il y a mois

    Travellers and air crew unite: don’t fly on airplanes made by aircraft manufacturer that pilots can’t fly

  • Biff Roberts

    Biff Roberts

    Il y a mois

    346 dead from Boeing safety features...think about it for a minute

  • Joseph DuPont

    Joseph DuPont

    Il y a 2 mois

    The whole 737 Max situation comes down to the fact that the only used one angle of attack indicator did not use two of them and to see if there was a disparity between the two angle attack indicator so if one is faulty the plane goes down this is Criminal this is Criminal design and that the most basic aeronautical engineer should have said we got to use both of them as a check against themselves. frdownload.net/item/vid%C3%A9o-9Ts_AjU89Qk.html

  • Yilun Mao

    Yilun Mao

    Il y a 2 mois

    following china's reaction....

  • L L

    L L

    Il y a 2 mois

    Canada is a sovereign and independent country. Canada is a country ruled by law. And it is completely unaffected by the United States.

  • shubham singh

    shubham singh

    Il y a 2 mois

    Boeing is responsible of air crash ......

  • Sundar Pichai

    Sundar Pichai

    Il y a 2 mois

    Crash 1: INCONCLUSIVE Crash 2: INCONCLUSIVE Crash 3: CURRENTLYFLYING

  • roof pizza

    roof pizza

    Il y a 2 mois

    What does Garneau know, he's just a friggin astronaut afterall.

  • Janet Battersby

    Janet Battersby

    Il y a 2 mois

    L

  • Akbar, Allard Freichmann

    Akbar, Allard Freichmann

    Il y a 2 mois

    Finally. Is Canada becoming less of a servant of the US corruption?

  • erdvilla

    erdvilla

    Il y a 2 mois

    Having many of the same model for an airline is useful as they are easier to service as the mechanics will be more proficient; but when something like this happens then they wish they had a more diverse fleet.

  • Pierre Stevens

    Pierre Stevens

    Il y a 2 mois

    (Cover up) FACTS MONOPOLY

  • Justin

    Justin

    Il y a 2 mois

    We pull lettuce from shelves faster than un safe planes from the sky? Wow dude.

  • Arthur Fiorillo

    Arthur Fiorillo

    Il y a 2 mois

    How much of the plane was MADE IN CHINA?

  • Tt Star

    Tt Star

    Il y a mois

    China is the first one ground 737max while canada follow us only

  • GI O

    GI O

    Il y a 2 mois

    Canada doesn't dare to ban Boeing 737 max if USA didn't ban it.

  • Jahmiel temp

    Jahmiel temp

    Il y a 2 mois

    Common sense; they grounded the planes because Canada wasn’t gonna make money from incoming flights from Europe. And they weren’t allowed to fly over EU airspace anyway. Muppets

  • SoMeBySymone

    SoMeBySymone

    Il y a 2 mois

    Such a good call! thank goodness Canada is not taking any chances. Rebook your tickets and live! #prolife #safetyfirst #OCanada

  • 漢仔

    漢仔

    Il y a 2 mois

    The latest model is supposed to be an improved version of an earlier one.But this is not case of these 737 model.Why do they create this model when it is clearly unsafe? Cut corners?

  • ij ji

    ij ji

    Il y a 2 mois

    just happened to watch 2 videos, one was an interview few hours ago between media and a chinese-chinese person (Mr. Shi 石 ) who worked in prc for Moog, a US supplier of parts to Boeing. The interview claimed as "facts" that there were sub-standard, un-approved parts used in some of the 500 flying planes. the 2nd vidoes was that person disclosing the communication he had with US FAA months ago. but sure these are related to accidents. frdownload.net/item/vid%C3%A9o-ZAKjuNMuprw.html

  • Bg Labelle

    Bg Labelle

    Il y a 2 mois

    It took hundreds of lives after 2 catastrophic crashes to get this plane grounded. Should have been grounded in October after the first crash. New planes = new problems. My advice is DON'T set foot on this new plane for a few years until they get all the bugs fixed.

  • JTA

    JTA

    Il y a 2 mois

    This planet runs on cash not brain cells...Until we flip it, we are screwed. If you want the real explanation of why this happened, believe one person...A pilot of a 737-8 max that has a few hundred hours logged, hoping that he/she has not been paid off, extorted, or bullied (by employer or otherwise)....It's unfortunate that Boeing, U.S government and media will attempt to flip this or blame outside manufacturers..This is a 500 billion dollar company that would cripple the U.S economy if it failed. Much respect for the lives lost, and all family and friends effected.

  • Ryantube007

    Ryantube007

    Il y a 2 mois

    21000+ successful flights with 2 crashes in 6 months. Ground every max 8 jet in the world with no actual evidence to prove anything????

  • Bunt Munch

    Bunt Munch

    Il y a 2 mois

    "FAA says it's inconclusive" FAA says money talks

  • Raza Khan

    Raza Khan

    Il y a 2 mois

    TOO LATE! Canada follows what US does. Canada is clearly not a leader.

  • eric olivo martinez

    eric olivo martinez

    Il y a 2 mois

    perdidas de presión por falta de control y aceleración de sus motores posiblemente y escape de aires no se apagaron las turbinas según se cree que puede que también fuera la causa lamenta las pérdidas humanas

  • EgoBeatusSum

    EgoBeatusSum

    Il y a 2 mois

    Finally !!!

  • Mike Hawk

    Mike Hawk

    Il y a 2 mois

    is this a chinese cyber attack>>??? hauwae why are you doing this

  • Kushal Kumar

    Kushal Kumar

    Il y a 2 mois

    During months of February - March 2019 , aviation sector , both military and civil , have witnessed mishaps in the air. Military jets have met with accidents and so is the case with drones. Aviation industry through Boeing 737 aircrafts has been in the news for worrisome concerns. Two major mishaps in the air have killed some hundreds. The latest such mishap in the air involving Boeing 737 plane happened on 10 March 2019 when an Ethiopian Airlines flight crashed killing all 157 persons on board. These circumstances followed a rethinking in the aviation sector. Several countries across the world are reported to have grounded more Boeings. In this context , it may be apt to refer readers to this Vedic astrology writer’s predictive alerts for more care and appropriate strategy brought to public domain quite often since last year October 2018 , through social media plus submission of comments to a number of newspapers across the world. In order that readers refresh their memory , the same is being reproduced here :- “The following alert for more care and appropriate strategy in relation to aviation industry was made by this Vedic astrology writer over three months past in October 2018 :- ‘Astrologically speaking , aviation industry , world-wide and in India as well , could have focus for doing much to correct the systems or to innovate with strategies . Such aspects as skilled work-force or improved technology or know-how could also be in focus. Major air accidents at vulnerable locations due to some mechanical defect or oversight - negligence cannot be ruled out. This scenario can come up during coming last two months of present year 2018 and during new year 2019 , more so during February - March. So need is to be alert for more care and appropriate strategy’. Note : Dates 13 to 15 February , 21 to 23 February and 2 to 4 March in 2019 , 11-12 March or a day prior and after to these dates looks to be calling particular care”. Similar alerts were indicated in this writer’s article “ World Predictions 2019” underlining need of more care and appropriate strategy in relation to flying in the air were brought to the public domain in November -December 2018. Some of the countries like China , India , France , UK , US which have reportedly grounded the Boeing 737 were indicated in the aforesaid article for more such care and appropriate strategy. The events which have unfolded on the ground during the period covered by the alert suggest that the alert was precise and meaningful.

  • Jason Wilson

    Jason Wilson

    Il y a 2 mois

    Basic Flying Rules: 1. Try to stay in the middle of the air. 2. Do not go near the edges of it. 3. The edges of the air can be recognized by the appearance of ground, buildings, sea, trees and interstellar space. It is much more difficult to fly there...

  • Jack F

    Jack F

    Il y a 2 mois

    dam... somebody really failed at their job , how could a space exploration level company like boeing,,,, not have multiple procedures or redundancy failsafes to let pilots fly the aircraft.... thats the number one rule of aviation....no matter what the situation is in flight....above all else,,, fly the plane.....in an age of ever advanced tech.... looks. like this one stepped. way back with huge consequences.... beat out by good ol cable n. pulley. mechanics.... sad sad deal.... this one hurt bad...wwatch their stock plummett... if the Canadians are putting their socks down and sayn no way mister...... theres a problem and your darn toootin... this aint no horse trade show for petes......jeez

  • hiphopboy36

    hiphopboy36

    Il y a 2 mois

    Good!👍

  • memadman

    memadman

    Il y a 2 mois

    Is it the auto-pilot ??

  • wadewave

    wadewave

    Il y a 2 mois

    Trade and political pressure from the US was pulling weakling Mark Garneau's strings...Canadians with a vast aeronautical history should have been one of the first to ban the 737MAX. Disgusting that we are so influenced by big companies and pressures from the US parliament - SAD

  • Tommy Jensen

    Tommy Jensen

    Il y a 2 mois

    Very confused reporting. There never was a suggested "software glitch". The system worked exactly as it was designed by Boeing. The problem was with the single sensor feeding false angle of attack information. Also: did Air Canada really rebook their passengers "with other airlines"?

  • Bolarinwa Okunlola

    Bolarinwa Okunlola

    Il y a 2 mois

    what happened to those whose visas would be expiring the next day when their flight are been cancelled???

  • jerzy chroscicki

    jerzy chroscicki

    Il y a 2 mois

    Just yesterday, they said, that they are not going to ground 737 Max 8, because they are safe to fly. Can we know the names of those people who have said that??

  • Hallo mein Name ist Marcell Davis

    Hallo mein Name ist Marcell Davis

    Il y a 2 mois

    Chemtrails are Real !!!!

  • KaZi IsLaMa

    KaZi IsLaMa

    Il y a 2 mois

    Great job cbc

  • JokerCirca66

    JokerCirca66

    Il y a 2 mois

    it's embarrassing Canada was so slow on grounding this plane, you can tell they were attempting to let it slip by but all eyes were on them

  • Alex Edwardson

    Alex Edwardson

    Il y a 2 mois

    I just about flew on one of the max 8’s to Canada the other day before they grounded them

  • DeepCupsChan119

    DeepCupsChan119

    Il y a 2 mois

    I live in Ottawa some planes still flying near airport at my home barrhaven

  • Sundog

    Sundog

    Il y a 2 mois

    "... on the advice of my experts..." - come on man! You had to wait for experts? All you had to do was ask around the dinner table days earlier and ask if your wife or kids wanted to book a Max 8 flight this weekend! Even if we are all assuming wrong - the right thing to do for society's peace of mind was to ground the planes.

  • tom dorn

    tom dorn

    Il y a 2 mois

    Hey, If you people can design an airplane that will not crash, I'm sure the airplane community would like to hear from you.

  • Kabeena Arul

    Kabeena Arul

    Il y a 2 mois

    Flight corporation is upset boohoo! There should be a lawsuit.

  • S C

    S C

    Il y a 2 mois

    BoeingGate

  • UlsterPaddy1

    UlsterPaddy1

    Il y a 2 mois

    took you long enough dumbasses

  • Pitu Q

    Pitu Q

    Il y a 2 mois

    Do those planes be grounded too in Asia ?

  • Kimbuja

    Kimbuja

    Il y a 2 mois

    China Rising!

  • da pan

    da pan

    Il y a 2 mois

    China is the first ! Good job

  • Aze Fan

    Aze Fan

    Il y a 2 mois

    Now the Canada also ground 737 follow the order of FAA. Don't have an independent government of your own do you. Even baning a safety hazard requires the approve of your Mastser.

  • Charly Love

    Charly Love

    Il y a 2 mois

    Right thing to do. Canada is doing good moves by learning from others incidents!

  • jessee sky

    jessee sky

    Il y a 2 mois

    I GUESS PEOPLE CAN WALK TO CANADA OR FLY ON THEIR OWN!!!

  • john bolton

    john bolton

    Il y a 2 mois

    the TRUTH IS FINALLY OUT. 1. FIRST commercial flight 737 MAX8 was 2017. 2. only 300 planes sold thus far. the Fox Business is saying it has been out for years and years. they sold millions of this bugger

  • mrcrisp

    mrcrisp

    Il y a mois

    300 have been made 5000 have been sold

  • Zabi OR

    Zabi OR

    Il y a 2 mois

    Canada should have been the first in making such decisions not waiting till last.

  • Haurath

    Haurath

    Il y a 2 mois

    Weren't quite last. Canada grounded them a bit before the USA did.

  • nana kala

    nana kala

    Il y a 2 mois

    Put donald trump in max 737.

  • Mourad Kadouri

    Mourad Kadouri

    Il y a 2 mois

    I'm happy that Sunwing has grounded its 737 max. I'm heading to Cuba next week and I don't want to be grounded suddenly while I'm flying by a software. I have to check with my travel agency tomorrow.

  • Steve

    Steve

    Il y a 2 mois

    This is pure greed by boeing look up the history of this model prototype it also crashed by a failure i forgot just search the model plus prototype

  • Kathleen Dircks

    Kathleen Dircks

    Il y a 2 mois

    I think A.I. should alert pilots of new situations and even suggest possible solutions, but NEVER override them!! Am I wrong pilots?

  • Gooberwalla

    Gooberwalla

    Il y a 2 mois

    Canada being the second-last nation to ground this troubled airliner is proof positive what a lackey Ottawa has become of Amerika. You folks should stick to curling and hockey because you are not ready for prime time.

  • Gooberwalla

    Gooberwalla

    Il y a 2 mois

    +Haurath It is apparent the geopilitics of the 800-lb gorilla. Amerika makes the Boeings and also makes the rules. So why is Canada ever the eager bytch?

  • Haurath

    Haurath

    Il y a 2 mois

    Ironic statement given the fact the USA was the last nation to ground them.

  • holio84

    holio84

    Il y a 2 mois

    The carriers will be found at fault, either improper maintenance of Pilot Error. Indonesians and Ethiopians can't fly.

  • Animated Tigress

    Animated Tigress

    Il y a 2 mois

    Those countries also have poor air traffic and flight records ..for safety

  • PotCat official

    PotCat official

    Il y a 2 mois

    Love Canada

  • Hidaya Youssouf

    Hidaya Youssouf

    Il y a 2 mois

    In canada we ban a certain plane and in the US they ban kinder surprise eggs but not guns😂🤣🤣🤣😅😁😊😐😑😔😓😣😢😭😭😭

  • Hidaya Youssouf

    Hidaya Youssouf

    Il y a 2 mois

    They be more responsible than us

  • Andy S

    Andy S

    Il y a 2 mois

    Jesus Christ love you all! ♡

  • Whack bag

    Whack bag

    Il y a 2 mois

    Not for nothing but it's damn near 2020... why aren't the cabins electable on aircraft's yet? They could deploy chutes for the descent leaving the framework and wings full off fuel to carry on to crash & burn.

  • tin ge

    tin ge

    Il y a 2 mois

    Which contractor wrote the software? Which QA team tested it? Can you sleep at night?

  • Jim Jennings

    Jim Jennings

    Il y a 2 mois

    Boeing knows how and will act to remedy whatever problem exists. I believe it has something to do with anti-stalling software. Software systems can interfere with each other in unexpected ways. A team of very experienced technicians need to figure this out and QUICKLY. I don't envy them.

  • E T

    E T

    Il y a 2 mois

    Ya wake up like this don't just try to be different from others and follow USA

  • Noureddine

    Noureddine

    Il y a 2 mois

    Canada should return those 737 's back to Boeing and buy airbus they are easy to maintain and very reliable

  • CD Smith

    CD Smith

    Il y a 2 mois

    What, no _Comments for this video disabled_ CBC? Wow, what a rare treat. Yes, I'm being fee see shush. As to the grounding of the Max 8/9, bravo, but my only critical comment would be to wonder at why the airlines flying them needed to be TOLD by the government to ground them when it's something that was so obviously needed. I now have many reservations with certain airlines, none of which are ticket-related.

  • FreedomFighter 2017

    FreedomFighter 2017

    Il y a 2 mois

    Trudeau Liberals are to busy filling their pockets , interfering with Justice system to bother about unsafe passenger planes ..

  • Ifeanyi Umunakwe

    Ifeanyi Umunakwe

    Il y a 2 mois

    Wait, how is this trending at #8 in Canada??

  • hyperA380

    hyperA380

    Il y a 2 mois

    Great!!! The USA finally allowed us to ground the 737 max! Got lucky there Mr. Safety and your experts for not having a repeat when the rest of the world grounded the plane and you didn't because our puppet master (aka USA) wouldn't. Good job!

  • MoonCloud_Rain

    MoonCloud_Rain

    Il y a 2 mois

    I guess this means never use planes that are too new...

  • lettres d'amour

    lettres d'amour

    Il y a 2 mois

    Ban 737 max entirely!!!!!

  • ChangeHumanity

    ChangeHumanity

    Il y a 2 mois

    Planes are he safest way of traveling. I think these 2 crashes has everyone over reacting.

  • Waqas Ali

    Waqas Ali

    Il y a 2 mois

    I was under the impression that pilot could override computer or autopilot functions

  • Tripp McDaniels

    Tripp McDaniels

    Il y a 2 mois

    You would only have to see the results of one airline disaster (I did: Flight 182, Northpark, California) to know that this is the only logical decision. Shame on those in charge for not doing this sooner!

  • True Confessionzz

    True Confessionzz

    Il y a 2 mois

    It took far too long but I'm happy Canada got on board! & of course they did so before the US! It's scary AF that these new planes are being flown by SOFTWARE! SOFT-F*CKING-WARE, that overrides the will of the pilots WTF?! Is Boeing asking for pilots input since they are the ones who actually fly the planes?! This much tech SHOULD NOT be in airplanes, especially so quickly! How about don't automate everything?!?!?! My God!

  • Tech In Motion

    Tech In Motion

    Il y a 2 mois

    Better safe than sorry!

  • Dont Blow It Keep It Simple Count Your Money

    Dont Blow It Keep It Simple Count Your Money

    Il y a 2 mois

    was is running on windows 10?

  • sue she

    sue she

    Il y a 2 mois

    I'm staying on the ground where I belong

  • Nicolas Rmarca

    Nicolas Rmarca

    Il y a 2 mois

    Imagine being the programmer behind the sensor glitch 😳

  • Placeholder

    Placeholder

    Il y a mois

    The programmer probably did what they were told. The problem is relying too heavily on the sensors, not a bug within the program itself.

  • CHRISTINE MURUNGA

    CHRISTINE MURUNGA

    Il y a 2 mois

    Suicide

  • jimmy lynch

    jimmy lynch

    Il y a 2 mois

    B/C your US overlord says so?

  • Professional Gamerbro

    Professional Gamerbro

    Il y a 2 mois

    I was on that plane....

  • MyDIY2HowTo

    MyDIY2HowTo

    Il y a 2 mois

    Yikes! Nobody clicked on the update patch?

  • Abdi Abdi

    Abdi Abdi

    Il y a 2 mois

    Good

  • Salih Zein

    Salih Zein

    Il y a 2 mois

    That's fair cuz 14 Canadians died in the Ethiopia-Kenya flight

  • The Truth

    The Truth

    Il y a 2 mois

    Canada waited for the USA TO GROUND THE PLANE China and Europe grounded the Max 8 5 days ago

  • Haurath

    Haurath

    Il y a 2 mois

    Canada grounded it a few hours before the USA did.

  • Bruce Redburn

    Bruce Redburn

    Il y a 2 mois

    HI MOM!! 👋🏽👋🏽👋🏽👋🏽

  • 미셜비

    미셜비

    Il y a 2 mois

    Thank you.

  • iqminiclip

    iqminiclip

    Il y a 2 mois

    They say software glitch without even knowing what the cause was, seems like a cover-up for an unknown issue to me so they don't need to recall the planes for dismantle and repair...Meanwhile the CEO of Boeing was lobbying Trump to keep the 737 s in the air...shame on Boeing. Good thing some governments have their heads in the right place

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