This 6 November 2019 video says about itself:
Safety concerns raised for other Boeing plane models
Problems continue to mount for the world’s largest aeroplane manufacturer with safety concerns raised about yet another type of Boeing aircraft.
This time it is the popular 787 Dreamliner.
A whistle-blower has told the BBC, passengers could be left without oxygen in case of a loss of cabin pressure. A former quality control engineer says about a quarter of the planes’ oxygen systems fail to deploy properly.
Meanwhile, Boeing’s 737 NG is also facing problems, with dozens now grounded worldwide. Ryan Air is the latest to suspend some of its planes after finding cracks in their wing structure.
Boeing‘s entire 737 MAX fleet already remains grounded after the failure of a safety system led to two crashes that killed more than 300 people.
Alex Macheras, an aviation analyst in London, talks to Al Jazeera about the developments.
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