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Boeing C.E.O. Recognizes & # 39; Errors & # 39; over 737 max warning lights



On Sunday, Boeing's CEO said the company made a "mistake" on how it handled a 737 Max cockpit warning light. Dennis Muilenburg, CEO, commented while addressing journalists on the eve of the Paris Air Show, one of the major sales events for aircraft manufacturers worldwide.

When Boeing began delivering Max to airlines in 2017, the company believed that the light was operational on all jets. But after Max began flying that year, engineers at the company learned that the warning light would only work if an airline had purchased a separate cockpit indicator.

Most Max customers, including Lion Air and Ethiopian Airlines, did not purchase a separate indicator. It left many airlines without a functional warning light.

The light warns pilots of a disagreement between two sensors that measure the direction of the aircraft. Preliminary studies suggested that problems with these so-called angles of attack have contributed to the collapse of two jets, a flight from Lion Air in October and an aircraft from Ethiopian aircraft in March, where 346 people died.


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