737 Max: Boeing ‘inappropriately coached’ pilots in test after crashes

In its report on Friday,

the Senate committee said that based on “corroborated whistleblower information and testimony during interviews of FAA staff”, it concluded that FAA and Boeing officials involved in the test had “established a pre-determined outcome to reaffirm a long-held human factor assumption related to pilot reaction time”.

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