The reasoning behind last year’s fatal Lion Air Flight 610 crash which killed all 189 people onboard has been revealed as largely being down to the design of the Boeing 737 MAX and pilot error, an Indonesian regulators report stated. The Indonesian regulators criticised the design of the anti-stall system known as MCAS – this caused the plane’s nose to be pushed down automatically leaving pilots fighting for control. The regulators also cited 89 significant findings, Bloomberg reports, including certification failures by regulators. The 353-page report suggests that a crucial sensor which had been bought from a repair shop in
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