Shortly after the 737 MAX jet accidents, a senior Boeing engineer filed an internal complaint that claimed company decision-makers rejected a backup system that may have been able to prevent the Ethiopian Air and Lion Air crashes.
Curtis Ewbank, a senior Boeing engineer, worked on the cockpit systems during the MAX’s development. The MAX uses angle-of-attack sensors to keep track of the plane’s position in the sky. If they malfunction, they could send faulty information to the cockp…
Source URL: Boeing Engineer Claims Executives Rejected 737 MAX Backup System
Source Website: Advance Engineering – Engineering.com