Classic kludging.. yet another fix required to fix the unexpected side effects of the fix ..Must be pretty serious for even the FAA to stop drinking the cool aid..
"Citing two sources familiar with the matter, Bloomberg reports that “data processing by a flight computer on the jetliner could cause the plane to dive in a way that pilots had difficulty recovering from in simulator tests.”
Good luck with your upcoming Max flights.. if you're into nose divesWe'll just have to wait a few extra months to fly on the Max I suppose. In the end, all this extra testing, probing and examination will probably make the Max an even better plane - it will probably end up with an exemplary safety and service record.
Just a pity so many people had to die to achieve this though.
Whataboutery without even a source!A German A320 had a serious nose dive problem a few years back - didn't work out well for the passengers and crew.
The only difference that matters is whether you are flying with a cut-price airline like Ryanair or if it is first class with Emirates or some such Middle East airline.if you are the type of person that has been following the story you will, if you are the typical bucket and spade family they could call the plane the 737 Max Dive and people would still fly
Boeing Stuka?Put lipstick on a pig, it's still a pig..
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Because they probably made more profit during that time compared to the compensation they have to give to the victims.