linkedin
BROUGHT TO YOU BY
Exclusive Access, Inclusive Growth

WELCOME TO ET PRIME

BROUGTH TO YOU BY
Exclusive Access, Inclusive Growth
ET Prime
SECTIONS

From our archives

Boeing never trained pilots and engineers on an automation feature on its MAX 8 plane that killed 189 people in Indonesia

font size
FONT SIZE
save
SAVE
saved
SAVED
Gift this article
GIFT ARTICLE
From our archives

Boeing never trained pilots and engineers on an automation feature on its MAX 8 plane that killed 189 people in Indonesia

Automation got triggered, and the plane went rogue. It took control away from the pilots, and they probably had 10 seconds to wrest it back. They could not. Indian airlines and DGCA had better be very careful.
font size
FONT SIZE
save
SAVE
saved
SAVED
Gift this article
GIFT ARTICLE
tarunshukla
26 Nov 2018 11 Mins Read 0 comment
Colleagues of the victims of the Lion Air crash pay tribute at the crash site on November 6, 2018. Getty Images
Colleagues of the victims of the Lion Air crash pay tribute at the crash site on November 6, 2018.
This article was originally published on November 26, 2018. A US congressional committee on Wednesday released a report after a year-and-a-half long inquiry into two Boeing 737 MAX crashes that killed 346 people in 2018 and 2019. The report points to serious lapses on the part of Boeing and the US civil-aviation regulator. Soon after the first crash in
kind of situation — but it happened,” the same senior engineer says. Angry family members are unsure what happened to the plane and when they will get the bodies of their loved ones. Some of them have already filed a lawsuit against Boeing in Chicago. Boeing will need to answer for this. ( Graphic by Abdul Shafiq)
This article was originally published on November 26, 2018. A US congressional committee on Wednesday released a report after a year-and-a-half long inquiry into two Boeing 737 MAX crashes that killed 346 people in 2018 and 2019. The report points to serious lapses on the part of Boeing and the US civil-aviation regulator. Soon after the first crash in kind of situation — but it happened,” the same senior engineer says. Angry family members are unsure what happened to the plane and when they will get the bodies of their loved ones. Some of them have already filed a lawsuit against Boeing in Chicago. Boeing will need to answer for this. ( Graphic by Abdul Shafiq)

The latest from ET Prime is now on Telegram. To subscribe to our Telegram newsletter click here.

Gift this story

YOU CAN GIFT 0 MORE STORIES THIS MONTH

Maximum 10 Email IDs allowed

300 characters remaining

Gift Sent Successfully

Limit Reached
Limit Reached

You’ve gifted all the 0 articles from your monthly gift bucket!

Please come back next month.

0 more articles will be waiting for you in your gift bucket.

Current Edition

Message from Planet Labs’ eye in the sky: India is a medieval knight in the age of modern warfare
Space

Message from Planet Labs’ eye in the sky: India is a medieval knight in the age of modern warfare

Satellite pictures of the Galwan valley region shared by US-based Planet Labs exposed China backtracking on the agreement with India to disengage. While the images did help India foster its case in shaping global opinion, it also exposes the country’s unpreparedness in advanced technologies. The episode underlines the urgent need to nurture companies in satellite imaging and space technology.

[[^message]]

Result

[[/message]] [[#message]]

[[message]]

[[/message]]