The malfunctioning software program onboard the Max 8 planes is the central focus of the researchers. The software program, called MCAS, is installed in Max 8's new aircraft as a way to prevent stalls and work by forcing the airplane's nose.
In the Indonesian flight there are indications that the system has acted incorrectly and that pilots have had problems with overriding the software's actions. After all, they lost the battle before the airplane descended into the sea.
The data from the Ethiopian Airlines recorders or the black boxes were not publicly disclosed. Usually, experts warn that the conclusions at this stage of the investigation are far from certain and note that there are many possible causes of catastrophes. you do not need additional training. ]