The US government has ordered airlines to instruct pilots flying Boeing’s 737 MAX on how to handle the potentially deadly flaw that may have caused the Lion Air crash
|11/08/2018||Posted by BusinessMediaguide.Com under General World News||
- The US Government has issued an emergency airworthiness directive for airlines operating the Boeing 737 MAX 8 and Boeing 737 MAX 9 airliners.
- The FAA directive comes one day after Boeing issued a safety bulletin alerting airlines that erroneous readings from one of the plane’s sensors can cause the aircraft to enter into a sudden dive.
- The directive orders airlines to update its procedures so pilots are properly instructed on how to react when the faulty sensors cause the plane to dive.
- The Indonesian government believes this condition may have caused Lion Air JT610 to crash read more >>>