The Boeing 737 MAX MCAS Explained

Credit: Boeing
The Maneuvering Characteristics Augmentation System (MCAS) is a flight control law managed by the flight control computer (FCC) and introduced on the 737 MAX to help it handle like a 737 Next Generation (NG), particularly at slow speeds and high angles of attack (AOA). 1 | Leap Engines and Pitch-up...

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