One of Ethiopian Airlines Flight ET302s pilots told the other "Pitch Up, Pitch Up" just before the crashed Boeing 737 Max crashed three weeks ago. This resulted in a new report.
This statement and other information about the plane's final moments paint a picture of a fast-tracked flight crew, the Wall Street Journal reported Friday.
A faulty anti-stalling system of Max is suspected in the disaster that occurred shortly after takeoff. All 157 people on board were killed.
According to the BBC, the flight control function for maneuvering the augmentation system (MCAS) was also suspected last October when a Lion Air Boeing 737 Max crashed in Indonesia. The Lion Air flight returned shortly after launch, killing all 1
The Ethiopian Airlines jet took off in Addis Ababa on March 10 and was in trouble, reported the Journal.
LION AIR BOEING 737 MAX 8 WAS SAID BEFORE THE EVENT HAPPENED IN INDONESIA 
REPORTED DAY. First officer Ahmed Nur Mohammed contacted the control tower and reported in a crackling gear a "flight control problem" newspaper that quoted people close to the ongoing investigation.
The tower asked for details while Captain Yared Getachew attempted to scale and correct the glide path, the newspaper reported. Two minutes after the flight oscillation became a wild leap, then a dive. The flight took less than six minutes.
The pilot, who urged the other to set up, was not identified.
BOEING, FAA ON SECURITY OF 737 MAX SECURITY SYSTEM DAYS BEFORE ETHIOPIAN AIRLINES CRASH 19659003] The report of the newspaper appeared as Boeing was exposed to increasing pressure for a software update to its best-selling Jet 737 Max bring out. Arlines had landed 737 Max jets in their fleets after the crash of the Ethiopian Airlines. It is hoped that there will be a fix for the high season in summer, the Associated Press reported.
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Loss of money due to canceled flights.