A sad story broke recently in the news all around the world. A Boeing 737 Max crash landed with 157 people aboard. The accident resulted in everyone being killed.
The incident occurred just after the Ethiopian Airlines flight from Addis Ababa left on March 10. Now, the last moments of that six-minute flight are being revealed.
Fox News reports that an Ethiopian Airlines Flight ET302 pilot told the other ‘pitch-up, pitch-up’ moments prior to the Boeing 737 Max jetliner’s fatal crash three weeks ago. Fox News has a new report.
In the last year’s crash of a Lion Air Boeing 737 Max, the Maneuvering Characteristics Augmentation System flight-control feature was also involved. There was a lot of concern about the plane’s model after the two crashes. The 737 Max is now grounded in all 50 countries.
Airlines are losing money because of the canceled flight. Crews are trying to resolve any issues with the plane.
The newspaper’s report was published as Boeing faces increasing pressures to release a software upgrade for its 737 Max, its most popular jet. After the Ethiopian Airlines crash, airlines grounded 737 Max aircraft from their fleets. According to Fox news, it is hoped that a solution will be found in time for peak summer travel season.