Boeing 737 Max 8 cockpit with iPads equipped with Foreflight, none of which has anything to do with the  737 crash in Ethiopia, Boeing says. Boeing is selling Foreflight following the 737 Max 8 crash.

In a decision they claim is not at all related to the 737 Max 8 incident that happened a mere two days after their acquisition of the company, Boeing has announced its decision to sell Foreflight. This should come as a relief to general aviation pilots concerned the acquisition would result in lower quality and higher costs of the popular product.

Boeing is adamant that their decision to sell has nothing to do with the crash in Ethiopia last week, swearing that they did not replace the entire panel of the doomed 737 with Foreflight-equipped iPads nor required all Boeing pilots take a “Magenta Line 101 Crash Course.”

Probably could have a picked a better name for that.

When asked who they were selling the company to, Boeing mumbled something about some guy off Craigslist and asked, well… begged us to change the subject.

In other news having nothing to do with the fact that all of their 737 Max planes have been grounded across the world causing a shortage in aircraft, Boeing also announced its decision to bring back the entire fleet of retired 747s.

Boeing stock continues to do bad things.

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