Richard Branson’s Virgin Galactic Has One Very Big Problem

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    Taylor Hill/Getty“You’re grounded” is the last thing an airplane manufacturer wants to hear from the FAA.And it’s no less alarming to airline passengers. It can mean discovering that an airplane you have just flown has suddenly been found too dangerous to fly.The most serious example of that came in March, 2019, when one of the most universally flown jets, the Boeing 737MAX, was grounded after a second fatal crash in less than five months, killing 346 people. That grounding lasted nearly two years and did great harm to Boeing’s reputation.Read more at The Daily Beast.

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