ET302 Interim Report Piles On MAX, Ignores Pilots

Wiring modifications are now among the fixes Boeing must make before the MAX can fly again.
Credit: Sean Broderick/AW&ST
The Ethiopian Accident Investigation Bureau’s interim report on what happened to Ethiopian Airlines Flight 302 points to mistakes Boeing and the FAA made in designing and certifying the Boeing 737 MAX and to deficiencies in recommended pilot training as the primary factors in the accident sequence...

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