Training is a Factor in the Boeing 737 MAX Crashes - This column will no doubt light up the blog-o-sphere
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April 15, 2019 - by Scott Hamilton for Leeham News
This column will no doubt light up the blog-o-sphere.
There's been a major debate going on since the crash of Lion Air JT610, the Boeing 737-8 MAX that immediately became a huge controversy.
Boeing immediately blamed the pilots. So did some pilots of some US airlines, who said if the Lion Air crew had just flown the airplane, it wouldn't have crashed. It was a training issue, some said.
Having got tremendous blow back over Lion Air, Boeing publicly held its tongue when Ethiopian Airlines flight ET302 crashed five months later.
Still, Boeing officials quietly still said there was nothing wrong with the airplane.
Some US and Canadian pilots maintained, publicly and privately, that a lack of training and pilot skills in the Third World was responsible.
They're not entirely wrong.
It's pretty clear that the...