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Boeing is promising 3 fixes to the faulty autopilot behind the 737 Max crashes to let pilots stop it forcing the plane into an unstoppable nose-dive (BA, BOEING, IS)

Boeing 737 Max cockpit

  • Boeing is promising three key fixes to a system blamed for the fatal crashes of its 737 Max jet, according to a leaked presentation made public by CBS News.
  • It deals with changes to the Maneuvering Characteristics Augmentation System (MCAS), which was a factor in the two crashes which led to the jet’s worldwide ban from service.
  • MCAS was designed automatically push the plane’s nose down to keep the jet stable in the air. But it misfired, seemingly based on faulty data from a sensor, forcing the plane into an unstoppable dive.
  • In the first of the two crashes, MCAS forced the plane’s read more >>>

    Source:: BusinessInsider.Com