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Delays in Boeing Max return began with near-crash in simulator

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A simulated computer glitch caused it to to dive aggressively in a way that resembled the problem that had caused deadly crashes off Indonesia and in Ethiopia months earlier. (www.bnnbloomberg.ca) Plus d'info...

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nasdisco
Chris B 4
I'd like to watch the video of this sim run.
ianmcdonell
ian mcdonell 2
So this is not exactly news being the sim run was some time ago
jeffinsydney
jeff slack 4
..............anything to keep us all hating Boeing and to keep us all frightened.
Must have been a slow news day.........
JMARTINSON
JMARTINSON 2
So they blasted the flight control computers with gamma rays an unknown number of times (but more than once), and in one of those cases the airplane nosed down but was recoverable.

And from that we get this:

"Boeing Co. engineers were nearly done redesigning software on the grounded 737 Max last June when some pilots hopped into a simulator to test a few things.

It didn’t go well.

A simulated computer glitch caused it to to dive aggressively in a way that resembled the problem that had caused deadly crashes off Indonesia and in Ethiopia months earlier."

Good job, Bloomberg (at least you are consistent(ly horrible)). Would someone please coax Edward R Murrow out of retirement? He could do a better job, dead or alive.
bbabis
Bill Babis 1
As things continue to drag on in today's bombshell world, Boeing will wish they had never put the MCAS system in in the first place and then didn't remove it entirely when the beast first reared its ugly head.
gatorbuc99
gatorbuc99 -4
As more and more details come out, it’s clearer and clearer Boeing committed criminal negligence and there should be some people going to prison. It won’t, but should, happen.
JMARTINSON
JMARTINSON 2
Somebody needs to go, doesn't matter who? Fair enough.

No, not really. Good way to make aviation less safe though.

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