Ethiopian investigators release raw black box data

Pilots who tested the Boeing 737 Max 8 in a simulator found they had less than 40 seconds to avert disaster when the automated anti-stall system kicks in, according to the New York Times.

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20 thoughts on “Ethiopian investigators release raw black box data

  1. This is exactly what happened in 2 notable Airbus incidents. Qantas Flight 72 and Qantas Flight 73… 2 Airbus A330s back in 2008 both jets nosedived multiple times and nearly crashed because of computer software fed corrupted data into the AOA sensors.

  2. Whatever wrong is done in darkness will be announced on rooftops in broad daylight for everyone to hear. Boeing tried to sneak in a robot pilot to hide a flawed design, go back to the drawing board and give us quality for our money. Max 8, 9 are raw deals!

  3. 40 seconds is an eternity to make a decision to avert a disaster. That is PLENTY of time for a corrective action to engage full manual control to save the plane. Imagine driving on the highway and the cruise control malfunctions… do you wait even 5 seconds to: option 1 hit cruise control cancel, option 2 hit the brake, option 3 put the transmission in neutral and hit the brake, option 4 force shut off the engine?

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