One of Ethiopian Airlines's ET302 flight pilots told others the "height" a few minutes before the bombing of the Boeing 737 Max, broken three weeks ago, revealed a new report.
This instruction and other airplane information The last moments draw a photo of a flight crew that is quickly overloaded, The Wall Street Journal reported.
Max's blocking system is suspected of the disaster that happened shortly after takeoff. All 157 people on board were killed.
MCAS is also suspected of crashing Lion Air Boeing 737 Max in Indonesia last October. Lion Air's flight fell shortly after takeoff, killing all 1
Ethiopian airlines flew from Addis Ababa on March 10 and almost immediately encountered trouble, the newspaper reported.
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The first Officer Ahmed Nour Mohammed contacted the control tower and, at the start, reported a "flight management problem" newspaper quoting people close to the ongoing investigation.
The Tower asked for details while Captain Yared Gatchchev tried to climb and adjust the path, the newspaper reported. Two minutes in the flight the vibrations turned into wild jumps, then diving. The flight lasted less than six minutes.
The pilot who urged the other to board was not identified. 19659003] The newspaper report came when Boeing faced increasing pressure to introduce a software update for its 737 Max, its best-selling aircraft. Arlines landed the 737 Max airplane in their fleets after the crash of Ethiopian Airlines.
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Max remains grounded around the world and airlines are losing money on canceled flights.