FAA issues safety bulletin over ‘angle of attack’ sensors on 737 MAX after Lion Air crash
The FAA has issued an emergency alert requiring airlines that fly the Boeing 737-MAX to follow an urgent safety directive amid evidence the pilots of the Lion Air flight that crashed in Indonesia were fighting with the plane’s computers, putting the plane into a steep dive.
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