Caution And Warning System In The 737 Is As Archaic As The Airframe Design...
Analyzing (Boeing 737 MAX) aircraft failures can be like hunting for Easter eggs...
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September 23, 2020 - by Sean Broderick for avionweek.com
"The caution and warning system in the 737 is as archaic as the airframe design. I flew jets made far earlier than the first 737 with a better system," said Woolman, a former B-52 pilot and Rockwell B-1 bomber flight instructor. "Properly analyzing aircraft failures can be like hunting for Easter eggs, especially if struggling with basic aircraft control."
WASHINGTON—Calls for an additional angle-of-attack indicator and concerns over the flight crew's ability to manually trim the aircraft in an emergency are among the issues highlighted in the initial set of comments on the FAA's proposed requirements to approve the Boeing 737 MAX's service return.
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