As it works to get its grounded 737 Max back in the air, Boeing on Wednesday said it’s working with the FAA to make two additional fixes to the airplane beyond the MCAS flight control system blamed for two crashes killed 346 people. As first reported by Reuters, the updates are necessary before Boeing can win regulatory approval to carry passengers again.
One issue, a possible fault in a flight control computer, could lead to a loss of control from the horizontal stabilizer. The second could lead the autopilot feature to potentially disengage during final approach.
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