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The entire 737 MAX fleet is now grounded worldwide while Boeing can roll out new software that will pull data from multiple angle of attack sensors so that one faulty sensor won’t activate MCAS, which was a critical Boeing blunder. The software will also make it easier for pilots to disable MCAS.
Boeing first took heat for failing to inform airlines and pilots about the new MCAS system after the crash of Lion Air 610 last October.
Hopefully Boeing will figure out how to properly address the issues in short order.