Re: Malaysia Airlines 777 Missing
Originally Posted by MrMD11
I am not quite sure how you see the 777 "losing it's well maintained safety record" as a result of this crash. Considering the fact that there have only been x4 lost 777s' in the 19 years since the aircraft has been in service is hardly a large stain on this aircraft's design, particular when taking into consideration some of the routes that are flown by this aircraft.
Still incredibly unfeasibly improbably ludicrously safe. An absolute thoroughbred and not good to cast aspersions at this stage.
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