On Boeing’s 737 MAX, the company altered cutout switches to remove an option that would potentially allow pilots to shut off automated controls while keeping the functionality of the manual electric controls on the yoke. That change closed out an...
Boeing's CEO on Monday said the safety systems on its 737 Max jets were properly designed, but he added that the airline is working to make them safer following two recent deadly crashes.
In Boeing's rush to market, they attempted to fix a problem with software when a change to the physical engineering of the plane was called for.
"Engineered instability...prone to stall problem" in the 737 MAX. Chilling but reasonable conclusion. Boeing changed the weight distribution of the plane such that it is prone to stall without constant corrective measures by the software. Is this normal? Are all planes prone to stall? What does that mean?