Boeing Admits Flight Simulators for Faulty 737 MAX Jets Did Not Adequately Prepare Pilots

HeadlineMay 20, 2019

Boeing acknowledged for the first time flaws in the software of 737 MAX aircraft. In a statement released Saturday, the company said flight simulators that were used to train pilots were not able to mimic conditions that were present during the fatal crashes on Indonesia’s Lion Air and Ethiopian Airlines that together killed nearly 350 people.

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