Boeing: Lion Air crash passenger pilot may have read the wrong data

China News Service, November 8th According to foreign media reports, US aircraft manufacturer Boeing issued a notice to the operator of the Boeing 737 Max aircraft on the 7th to remind pilots to follow existing flights when the flight monitoring system has erroneous data. The program takes action to deal with the problem.

According to reports, Boeing said that according to Indonesian aviation personnel, the pilots may have read incorrect information because of the aircraft’s automatic monitoring system before the air crash, “Indonesia.” The National Transportation Safety Board revealed that one of the sensors on the Lions 610 flight that recorded the AA (angle of attack) provided incorrect data.

Boeing issued an operation manual notice on the 7th to instruct the airline to take action in accordance with the existing aircraft procedures to handle the situation when the angle sensor has an erroneous data record.

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