About two-thirds of the more than 50 customers from different airlines are able to test the software patch using a flight simulator, said Mullnburg on Thursday. The software was tested with pilots and airline leaders on 96 flights for a total of 159 flight hours
Boeing chief executive, speaking at President W. W. Bush's leadership center in Dallas, said that the last few weeks as
Authorities are still investigating the cause of a fatal crash last month. with 737 Max who departed Ethiopian Airlines, as well as last October's Max Air Air Force crash
The investigations are focusing on the plane's automatic safety system, which is promised by Boeing patch and retraining pilots. delivery.
"Our responsibility is to eliminate this risk," said Mullnburg.
He also said that the update will make the plane "even safer" as it will prevent "erroneous" detection readings. A preliminary report of the Ethiopian accident that was released earlier this month did not specifically specify a Boeing anti-stall system, but its results seem to indicate that the system pushed the plane into a dive that introduced the erroneous angle of the attack sensor readings.
On Thursday, the Congregation said Boeing was working closely with regulatory authorities and airline customers around the world to restore faith in the planes.