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Preliminary report: Ethiopia crew followed Boeing procedures

Updated : April 04, 2019 10:39 PM IST

The report, based on flight data and cockpit voice recorders on the Boeing 737 Max 8, was not released in full. Boeing declined to comment pending its review of the report.
Thursday's revelations raise questions about repeated assertions by Boeing and US regulators that pilots could regain control in some emergencies by following steps that include turning off an anti-stall system designed specifically for the Max, known by its acronym, MCAS.
The statement did not say if the FAA would review Max's flight control system as recommended by Ethiopian investigators, and FAA spokesman Greg Martin would not comment beyond the statement.
Preliminary report: Ethiopia crew followed Boeing procedures
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