In their preliminary report on last month’s deadly crash, Ethiopian authorities say the pilots properly followed emergency procedures before their Boeing 737 Max 8 nose-dived shortly after takeoff, killing all 157 on board. In a statement, Ethiopian Transport Minister Dagmawit Moges recommended that both Boeing and aviation authorities review the plane’s electronic controls.
What will Boeing do now? Experts say it’s more bad news for the U.S. planemaker, which will likely be pressured into making sure its new software overhaul is flawless.
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