Published On: Sat, Oct 19th, 2019

Boeing Pilots Detected 737 Max Flight Management Glitch Two Years Earlier than Lethal Crash

All Boeing 737 Max aircraft are grounded while the manufacturer fixes a deadly defect in their flight control system. These Southwest Airlines planes were  parked in Victorville, Calif., in March.  Boeing Pilots Detected 737 Max Flight Management Glitch Two Years Earlier than Lethal Crash gettyimages 1133312309 wide 968654aa57bcd71d9da340a15c9ea805fe4c841a

One pilot messaged that the issue was “egregious” and he had “principally lied to the regulators (unknowingly)” when he had advised the FAA that the flight management system was secure.

(Picture credit score: Mark Ralston/AFP/Getty Photos)

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Boeing Pilots Detected 737 Max Flight Management Glitch Two Years Earlier than Lethal Crash