A preliminary report on the Lion Air Flight 610 (JT610) accident investigation sheds little new light on why the pilots did not keep the hard-to-control aircraft from entering its final, fatal dive. But it confirms that familiar procedures being reemphasized to pilots for managing uncommanded nose-down events caused by the aircraft’s new automatic pitch trim protection system—including flipping two switches—had worked for a different crew on the aircraft’s previous ...

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