Resolved
Tran J

This review is from a real person who provided valid contact information and hasn't been caught misusing, spamming or abusing our website. Check our FAQ

Verified Reviewer

Resolved: RE: Boeing New Airliner

Updated by user Dec 31, 2023

I wasn't provided the assistance I needed. I wanted to write to Boeing regarding future suggestions for the company.

Can you provide me the proper customer service page for Boeing where assistance can be made? Thank you very much!

Original review Dec 01, 2023
Dear Mr. Calhoun, As a member of the general public, I, Tran Jacinto, am writing in regards to a new airliner that Boeing should release to the aviation industry in the near future.

Over the past several years, there have been rumors over a possible Boeing 777-10, a possible stretch of the Boeing 777x, but Boeing should decide to skip development of a 777x Stretch and design a new jetliner. The reason why Boeing should skip the idea of a potential 777x Stretch, is because a possible B777-10 would be too long and would be unable to fit in most airports due to the aircraft's length, and therefore, unsafe for certain airports, as the aircraft could lead to collision. Instead of a Boeing 777-10, Boeing should design a new airliner, which should be known as the Boeing 780, which should be based off the Boeing Y3 Ecoliner concept, which was revealed digitally years ago. The Boeing 780 should be a double-decker version of the Boeing 787 Dreamliner, and should run on two engines, instead of four, in order to improve fuel efficiency across our industry.

In order for the project to be successful, the planemaker would need to have discussions with multiple airlines over this new aircraft type as well as having meetings with Boeing Executives over this new aircraft, before the type can even be released. If the project ever moves ahead, Boeing should plan on announcing plans to release a new clean-sheet airliner to the aviation industry sometime next year, with the aircraft expected to be rolled out in 2031, take to the skies in 2032, and expected Entry into Service (EIS) in 2034. In order to make the type more popular to airlines, the planemaker should select the Rolls-Royce Ultrafan Engine to power this aircraft type, as well as the manufacturer having key discussions with General Electric to design a new engine type, based on the Rolls-Royce Ultrafan. In order for airlines to reduce training costs, the flight deck on the Boeing 780 should be similar to the current Boeing 787 Dreamliner, which would enable 787 pilots to fly this aircraft type, once the aircraft enters commercial service.

If this new jetliner is ever released, the Boeing 780 would become the first clean-sheet jetliner to take to the skies in over 20 years, as the last clean-sheet jetliner to take to the skies is currently the Airbus A350, which currently holds the crown for this. Before development can even commence, Boeing should plan on holding meetings with Key Executives over a plan to release this new airliner, and whether or not it would be favorable to the aviation industry.

I kindly request Boeing to consider the following suggestions as potential ideas for a new commercial airliner. I am eagerly looking forward to seeing these plans come to fruition and anticipating a timely response from you soon!
Sincerely,
Tran Jacinto
View full review
Denny C Ict

This review is from a real person who provided valid contact information and hasn't been caught misusing, spamming or abusing our website. Check our FAQ

Verified Reviewer
| map-marker Mukilteo, Washington

Complaints

stars-rating-full stars-rating-full stars-rating-full stars-rating-full stars-rating-full

I worked hard for the company and moved up fast because I learn fast. The company itself is wonderful great.

If they just had someone to run it right. I'm not talking about everyone in the company but 85% of the company employees are corrupted and run business horrible. Managers not documenting plane damage during production to managers threats against employees who know their jobs better than management does. To firing employees for being late 10 minutes but using doctor signed FMLA to cover the time.

And a false union paid wages by company is in favor of company it rarely will they help anyone. In fact in my case they didnt do *** And helped management push me out and refused to pay me my contract money of 5k. And then vandalized my car and tried sabotaging my jobs as a lead man. But failed because I caught it before they could screw it up for me.

The amount of *** kissing going on there it should be rated R or XXX. And Cranes thinking they run the factory yet most of them are all pre madonnas. Like I said not all but most are. With me they broke every contract rule ever state laws and nearly injuring and then almost being killed from *** poor trainers that never trained me on a new line.

But in the end I broke their stupid records on time and less people and zero plane damage.

The new lead damaged 2 planes in 1 week. I wouldnt fly on a boeing plane *** no not with what I've seen.

View full review
Loss:
$5000
Pros:
  • Money is good after 6 years
Cons:
  • Everything inside of everett wa boeing

Preferred solution: My 5k for end of contract completion

User's recommendation: Buy some place else

Denny C Ict

This review is from a real person who provided valid contact information and hasn't been caught misusing, spamming or abusing our website. Check our FAQ

Verified Reviewer
| map-marker Stanwood, Washington

Company steals from employees with a fake union

stars-rating-full stars-rating-full stars-rating-full stars-rating-full stars-rating-full

I worked for Boeing for 8.5 years as a team lead at night. The company fired me while I was on FMLA wrongfully terminated my employment threaten me and lied to me and refused to pay my contract money of $5,000 for fully fulfilling end of contract.

It's a corrupted company that pays employees pretty good. And it's not because of the work is hard because it's not. Pay is good because it's like high school rules everywhere and cry babies complaining and refusing to do their jobs. It's like a building full of sheep following a lead.

Cant think for themselves and if you saw what I did. You wouldnt fly in a Boeing plane. A union with reps paid by boeing is a stupid it's not real. And they for ways to steal money back from you.

Corrupted miss use of power. Everything the code of conduct states not to do. Everyone does it. The place destroyed my life employers hate boeing workers because they cry a lot or lazy.

Well I'm not any of them. If its boeing I'm not going!

View full review

User's recommendation: Dont work for Boeing

Anonymous
map-marker Portland, Oregon

Boring did not have the answer to my question and I get mixed information at seatguru.com. Boeing SHOULD have leg tests in First Class.

stars-rating-full stars-rating-full stars-rating-full stars-rating-full stars-rating-full
Regarding no leg/foot rest in Delta 737-900ER Flight JFK to PDX. Not shii or en in online information for flight...Delta has NO answer they can provide. For medical trains..need leg rest in business class but photo shows no leg support.
View full review
Marian M Hdg

Sponsorship

stars-rating-full stars-rating-full stars-rating-full stars-rating-full stars-rating-full
Next time when these *** ignore you, blow all their facilities up. These ignorant bastards think themselves Gods. They don't reply to e-mails, they don't pickup the phone in their offices.
View full review

Preferred solution: Apology

User's recommendation: Blow them up!

Brands Related to Boeing

Boeing Distribution Servi... reviews and complaints

Boeing Distribution Servi...

0 Reviews

Why Trust Reviews on PissedConsumer?

  • Professional auto and live moderation
  • 100% user-generated content
  • Equal opportunity and protection
  • Zero tolerance for fake reviews
  • Verified content
  • PissedConsumer is on the Inc. 5000 list

For more information read Blog article