“Boeing’s MAX MCAS system has to go”, Transport Canada
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MONTREAL/WASHINGTON (Reuters) - An email sent by an official at Transport Canada urging Boeing (BA.N) to remove an anti-stall system involved in two 737 MAX crashes reflects "working-level discussions" and were not reviewed by the Canadian regulator, the agency said on Friday.
The New York Times reported that an engineering manager in aircraft integration and safety assessment at Transport Canada emailed international regulators on Tuesday saying: "The only way I see moving forward at this point" is that Boeing's MCAS system "has to go."
The email was sent to the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), the European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) and Brazil's National Civil Aviation Agency, the New York Times said.
A person briefed on the matter confirmed the content of the email, but...
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