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Factbox: 'Fly up' co-pilot urges in final moments of fatal Lion Air crash

Reuters Friday, 25 October 2019
A final Indonesian report on the fatal crash of Lion Air flight 610 published on Friday details stress and confusion in the cockpit as the Boeing 737 MAX's MCAS software, misled by faulty sensor readings, repeatedly lowered the plane's nose.
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