We worked with a 737 training examiner in a Boeing 737 simulator to test the MCAS recovery process. The results are alarming
ET302 used the Cut-Out switches to stop MCAS
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April 3, 2019 - by Bjorn Fehrm for Leeham News
The crew of Ethiopian Airlines ET302, which crashed with 157 people on board, used the prescribed Stabilator Trim Cut-Out switches to stop MCAS, according to an article by Wall Street Journal today.
Yet still, they crashed. We've had the information this could indeed be the case for several days, but we didn't want to speculate in such a sensitive matter.
Following procedures can create dangerous situations with original MCAS
The aeronautical world was stunned when ET302 went down in what seemed a case similar to Lion Air JT610. "Why didn't they use the trim Cut-Out switches?" was the reaction from longtime pilots. "Every pilot in the...