Pilots who have tested Boeing’s proposed changes to the Boeing 737 MAX flight-control law believe the modifications eliminate the risk of a flight-control issue triggered by the system’s malfunction—the strongest sign yet that the manufacturer’s efforts to get the fleet back into service are progressing. Boeing on March 27 provided the first large-scale overview of Maneuvering Characteristics Augmentation System (MCAS) modifications to industry. The meeting was ...


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