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  • Boeing acknowledges flaw in 737 MAX simulator software

    Boeing acknowledged Saturday it had to correct flaws in its 737 MAX flight simulator software used to train pilots, after two deadly crashes involving the aircraft that killed 346 people.

    phys.org
  • Boeing admits to flaw in 737 MAX flight simulators

    Boeing has reportedly admitted for the first time that there was a flaw in its 737 MAX flight simulators. “Boeing has made corrections to the 737 MAX simulator software and has provided additional information to device operators to ensure that the simulator experience is representative across different flight conditions,” the manufacturer told the AFP news

    New York Post
  • Boeing acknowledges flaw in 737 MAX simulator software

    Boeing acknowledged there was a design flaw in software linked to the 737 MAX, whose MCAS anti-stall software has been blamed in large part for the Ethiopian Airlines tragedy.

    Mail Online
  • Boeing 737 Max Simulators Are in High Demand. They Are Flawed.

    The flight simulators are unable to accurately replicate the difficult conditions created by a malfunctioning system on the jet, which played a role in two fatal crashes.

    www.nytimes.com