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Shuttered South African airline Comair sues Boeing over 737 MAX purchasesA shuttered South African airline sued Boeing Co for fraud over its agreement to buy eight 737 MAX planes and seeks damages of at least $83 million. Boeing "placed profits over safety and led with a plan of deception," Comair's suit filed Monday in U.S. District Court in Seattle said. Boeing declined to comment. Comair said Boeing committed fraud over its failure to disclose problems with a key flight control system tied to two fatal 737 MAX crashes in 2018 and 2019 in Indonesia… (www.msn.com) More...
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To me it sounds like they are making excuses for not good Pilot Training. They said the pilots did not have the info on the MCAS, but Boeing gave it to them 2 years earlier... 3rd World country airlines are the problem... Very poor training.
Exactly just like the last one that crashed they launced an aircraft full of pax without a test flight after finding nothing wrong. And two pilots one of which was low time up front doing what they were trained not to do. Both flipping switches and full throttle crashing.
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