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Ethiopian Air Pilots Followed Proper Procedures Before Crash

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Ethiopian Air Pilots Followed Proper Procedures Before Crash

Ethiopian Air Pilots Followed Proper Procedures Before Crash

Gizmodo reports The pilots of Ethiopian Airlines Flight 302 followed proper procedures before the March 10 flight that killed 157 people.

The pilots were flying the Boeing 737 Max-8, a new model of plane that has since been grounded worldwide over concerns that automation in the aircraft pushes the nose of the airplane down unnecessarily.

The Maneuvering Characteristics Augmentation System lowers the nose of the plane when it believes that the airplane might stall.

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