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The sensor believed to be at the heart of the Lion Air Boeing 737 Max disaster was reportedly repaired at a workshop in Florida before the crash
Before it plunged into the Java Sea, Lion Air's Boeing 737 Max's sensor was worked on at a Flordia facility, Bloomberg reported Wednesday.
The crashed Lion Air and Ethiopian jets lacked safety features that could have helped because Boeing charged extra for them, report says
The New York Times said the airlines passed on an "angle-of-attack indicator" and a "disagree light," which could have had a bearing on the disaster.
An off-duty pilot reportedly prevented a Boeing 737 Max 8 crash one day before the same plane crashed and killed 189 passengers and crew
This development comes as Boeing is reeling from the fallout over its 737 Max series, which has now been grounded in several countries.
Boeing slides after authorities say Ethiopian Airlines and Lion Air crashes have ‘clear similarities’
Boeing slid 2.89% to $368.02 apiece on Monday, after Ethiopian authorities pointed to parallels between its crash and one in Indonesia.
Singapore grounds all Boeing 737 Max planes after Ethiopian Airlines crash – 5 airlines will be affected, including SilkAir
Singapore is one of three countries to ground the plane so far, the other two being China and Indonesia.
China also decided to ground its Boeing 737 Max 8 planes, a model recently involved in fatal crashes of Ethiopian Airlines and Lion Air.
The cockpit voice recorder is one of the two so-called black boxes crucial for the investigation of a plane crash.
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Black box reveals the futile struggle between pilots and computer inside the cockpit of doomed Lion Air Flight 610
The pilots of Lion Air Flight 610 struggled with a malfunctioning automated flight system, new black-box data reviewed by The New York Times shows.
Boeing is coming under pressure for allegedly failing to warn pilots about a safety feature at the center of the Lion Air disaster
The search for victims of flight JT610 is over, but officials are still seeking a second black box that recorded the final moments inside the cockpit.