Anti-stall system active before Ethiopian 737 MAX crash -sources

WASHINGTON/PARIS, March 29 (Reuters) – An anti-stall system
at the centre of a probe into the crash of a Boeing 737 MAX
jetliner in Indonesia five months ago was also at play when an
identical aircraft crashed in Ethiopia earlier this month, three
people briefed on the matter said.
Data pulled from the Ethiopian Airlines flight recorder
suggests the so-called MCAS system, which pushes the nose of the
jet downwards, had been activated before the jet ploughed into a
field outside Addis Ababa on Ma

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