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Boeing reveals regret over ex-pilot’s messages on 737 Max software application – The Straits Times

SEATTLE/WASHINGTON (REUTERS) – Boeing Co said on Sunday (Oct 20) that it regrets and understands concerns raised by the release of a former Boeing test pilot’s internal instant messages noting erratic software behaviour two years before deadly crashes of its 737 Max jet. The world’s largest planemaker, plunged into a fresh crisis over the safety…

The Origins of Boeing’s 737 Max Crisis

A dangerous software system was implicated in two fatal crashes in less than five months. Why was the plane deemed safe to fly?Hosted by Michael Barbaro, produced by Michael Simon Johnson, Jessica Cheung and Clare Toeniskoetter, and edited by Lisa Tobin and Larissa AndersonMore episodes ofThe DailyListen and subscribe to our podcast from your mobile…

What Boeing’s 737 MAX Relates to Automobiles: Software

Software eating the world may sound good to tech mavens. But the now eight-year-old maxim has its serious downsides. Software defects have been blamed for Boeing 737-MAX 8 crashes in October and March, which killed 346 people. The aircraft has been grounded worldwide for three months, as investigators from Indonesia (where the first plane crashed),…

EU to study Boeing software updates before enabling flights to resume

FILE PHOTO: Boeing 737 MAX aircraft are parked at a Boeing production facility in Renton, Washington, U.S., March 11, 2019. REUTERS/David Ryder/File PhotoBRUSSELS (Reuters) – The European Union will not allow models of the Boeing aircraft that crashed in Ethiopia to fly in its skies until it has received sufficient guarantees from the U.S. planemaker,…