Last year, Boeing 737 Max 8 aircraft were introduced, but manufacturers are now warning of serious mistakes.
After a tragic airplane crash in Indonesia last week, Boeing issued a safety warning to the new 737 Max aircraft user, a press release announcing, writes E24.
In an accident, 189 people lost their lives.
Now Boeing has introduced a new instruction manual on cab disruptions, they write in a statement on Twitter. It asks the crew to use the existing guidelines for an incorrect entry from the so-called angle sensor. The sensor is designed to provide airflow during flight, but failing this can cause a sudden drop in aircraft.
The aircraft manufacturer also tells the pilots what to do if an error occurs. These alerts should be based on the preliminary findings of the incident.
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Norwegian has the same plane
The Emergency Plane on the Boeing aircraft originated from the company Lion Air 737 Max 8 and, according to the Indonesian Aviation Authority, it was only two months old.
The airline has been involved in a major accident, including a Boeing aircraft, but with a 737-800 model. No accident died of death.
The airline in Indonesia is the first major crash that involved this model 737, which was introduced on the commercial market last year. Reuters reported in October that Boeing had received 4783 aircraft orders, of which 219 were delivered by the end of September.
Norwegian is one of the companies that uses the flight model and has 14 copies from 737 Max 8 planes.
Norwegian says Boeing is quite widespread to send updates on procedures and procedures, and in this case Boeing has come up with recommendations on which procedures can be adopted if the sensor that can send incorrect signals is, among other things, also a stabilizer.
– All of our 737 Max 8 works as usual, and safety is always the top priority. We regularly contact Boeing and follow their recommendations and instructions, write in Norwegian e-mail to ABC News.
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