Boeing admits 737 Max sims didn't accurately reproduce what flying without MCAS was like | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


Boeing admits 737 Max sims didn't accurately reproduce what flying without MCAS was like

Boeing has admitted that pilot training simulators for the controversial 737 Max did not accurately reproduce what happened if the infamous MCAS system went gaga.

In a statement, the American aircraft manufacturer said it had "made corrections to the 737 MAX simulator software and has provided additional information to device operators to ensure that the simulator experience is representative across different flight conditions".

The US Wall Street Journal newspaper reported over the weekend that simulators used for pilot training "did not reflect the immense force that it would take for pilots to regain control of the aircraft" after disabling electronically assisted trim controls.

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