GT's Radar

This week GT’s Radar slams the Ethiopian crash report into March 2019 loss of a Boeing 737 MAX, which solely blames Boeing for the tragedy.

GT’s Radar also highlights that the report ignores the fact the crew ignored basic procedures that would have recovered the plane both before – and after MCAS kicked in.

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The report has been attacked by both the US NTSB and French BEA for its failings including leaving out critical cockpit voice recordings that would have allegedly shown the co-pilot overwhelmed well before MCAS kicked in.


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