Boeing Changes Its Story, Admits ‘Software Glitch’ Disabled Critical Alerts On 737 MAX

More likely bad programming from outsourced Indian programmers.

Turns out the Indian-written software disabled critical alerts on the crashed 737 MAX planes.

“Smartest people in the world” US companies can’t do without.

“In a clarification that only created more confusion, Boeing said Monday that an alert intended to notify pilots when the plane might be receiving erroneous data from one of the 737 MAX 8’s ‘angle of attack’ sensors wasn’t disabled intentionally, as WSJ reported on Sunday, but that the feature had been disabled because of a previously undisclosed software glitch”.

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