Should the US ground all 737 Max until the crash findings, recommendations, and software upgrades are done?
- mokrieLv 72 years agoFavourite answer
They already know the problem. None of the pilots were given instructions on how to handle the nose lifting. Now they have been. The plane handles differently from most planes and they are balancing the planes better also.
- W.T. DoorLv 72 years ago
That has already happened.
- Anonymous2 years ago
I’m going to Wisconsin to vote on a bill to make public unions illegal. I don’t live there but oh well, freedom
- truth seekerLv 72 years ago
Yes. Those planes have killed more people in the last 6 months than terrorists.
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- I'm That MexicanLv 62 years ago
I'll defer to the FAA on this one. I have no knowledge of such things.
- tigeressLv 72 years ago
Absolutely, better safe than sorry. It appears that both planes had the same problem with their software.
- Ryde,0nLv 72 years ago
We have a federal agency entrusted with making those decisions . I am comfortable with letting the professionals at the FAA make those choices .
I suspect they know better than we do .
- Lois GriffinLv 72 years ago