Boeing sent a paper to address the faulty 737 Max sensors


Aircraft manufacturer Boeing has explained to airlines in a memo how pilots can cope with a situation in which certain sensors deliver incorrect data in an airplane. Those readings is the main suspected reason in the crash of a Boeing 737 Max from the Indonesian Lion Air. None of the 189 passengers survived after the aircraft was crashed in Java Sea last week.

Investigation performed by the Indonesian authorities has shown that a specific sensor had a defect, resulting in incorrect information about the air speed which is crucial for the plane automation.

This may led to a stall, where the wing loses its bearing force and the plane quickly falls out of the sky. In this situation pilots have to intervene and Boeing has put on paper how exactly.

By: Peretz M.

Peretz M. is an accomplished economist and financial journalist with a deep understanding of the global economy and financial markets. He is a regular contributor to EconomicInform, where he provides expert analysis and commentary on current economic trends and events. With a strong educational background in economics, Peretz has a talent for breaking down complex economic concepts for a general audience and is able to provide insightful perspectives on a wide range of economic issues.

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