Reportedly, Boeing's investigation finds a new software problem in 737 Max Plane


According to reports, Boeing officials described the new software problem as "relatively minor" and said it was not related to the anti-blockade system being investigated after two fatal accidents of 737 Max occurred, with only a few months of difference. However, officials with knowledge of the FAA investigation said the solution is essential for safety.

Three hundred and forty-six passengers and crew members were killed after two 737 Max jets, Lion Air Flight 610 and Ethiopian Airlines Flight 302 crashed within five months. The aircraft has been grounded in the US UU And in many other countries.

The new automated safety feature of the 737 Max has been subjected to intense scrutiny while Boeing and aviation authorities investigate accidents. Initial reports suggest that a faulty reading of a sensor could have played a role in both shocks. The reports indicated that the defective sensor could have activated the aircraft's automated system and point the nose down after takeoff.

According to reports, some pilots were unaware of the safety feature and also believe that they did not receive adequate training with the new system. The Boeing software update and "comprehensive pilot training" will address problems with the suspect system, the company said in a statement on Thursday.

"Safety is a fundamental value for everyone at Boeing and the safety of our aircraft, passengers and the crew of our customers are always our top priority," Boeing said in a statement.
"Boeing technical experts continue to assist in this investigation and teams across the company are working to address the lessons of the Lion Air Flight 610 crash in October," the company added.

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