Boeing Pros And Cons

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The Boeing 787 Dreamliner erupted into traditional and technological boundaries. From the exterior to the fiber optic network, a new standard was set. With the new technology come new unforeseen and predictably devastating problems. The aircraft’s communication and data systems work off the same network raising suspicion for the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). This onboard network integrating aircraft function and passenger entertainment caused the FAA to provide a special condition review. The FAA makes sure Boeing thoroughly reviews the system for security. Boeing reviewed the system and positively satisfied the FAA’s request.
There are many pros to using a network for onboard systems both integral to flight functions and in cabin

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