Pilots Didn't "Completely" Follow Procedures In 737 Max Crash: Boeing CEO
Tuesday, April 30, 2019, 8:48 PM
Boeing CEO Dennis Muilenburg said the safety systems on its 737 MAX jets were properly designed, but the pilots did not "completely" follow the procedures that the company had outlined to prevent the kind of malfunction that caused the two fatal crashes within a span of five-months. Boeing last week announced earnings fell 21 per cent in the first quarter because of the crisis.
Boeing Conducts Final Test Flight Of 737 MAX With Software Fix
Friday, April 19, 2019, 7:24 AM
Boeing has conducted a final-test-flight of 737 MAX model with an updated anti-stall system prior to its certification by aviation authorities, the aerospace manufacturer said. CEO Dennis Muilenberg tweeted a video where he said the test flight was carried out on Tuesday, adding that test pilots have completed 120 flights totaling more than 203 hours of airtime with the software fix for MCAS.