Ralph Nader Won't Fly on Boeing 737 MAX Due to 'Excessive Automation'
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March 10, 2020 - by Lauren Sonnenberg for cheddar.com
Nearly a year after the second deadly crash of a Boeing 737 Max jet, the fastest-selling airplane in Boeing's history remains grounded.
Consumer advocate Ralph Nader, whose grandniece was killed in that disaster, said that even once the plane makes it back to the skies, he won't fly in it.
"Anytime when you have excessive automation taking the plane's control away from the pilots, passengers have got to be very concerned with that," he told Cheddar on Monday.
"One of the problems with all of these new planes is excessive automation." Automation is, at least
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