Boeing never tested scenarios for AOA sensor malfunctions, sources claim
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May 1, 2019 - by airlinerwatch.com
Chicago - On April 29, during the annual meeting of the company, Boeing chief executive Dennis Muilenburg told that there was nothing wrong with the design of the 737 MAX anti-stall software and blamed the pilots of the crashed MAX jets for not following the procedures as it was stated in the Boeing's training manuals.
But an investigation by CNN revealed the Boeing 737 MAX anti-stall system that was linked to both Lion Air and Ethiopian crashes was never tested by Boeing for malfunctions, although the system was flagged in more than 200 incidents...