Ethiopian Airlines pilots struggled with Boeing's anti-stall system

On 5th Mar 2019, the pilots were getting bombarded by the alarms as they fought to fly the plane so in that moment it pulling back into the unison of their control columns which is very desperate attempt to keep the huge jet aloft.

The Ethiopian authorities issued a preliminary report on Thursday 10 March 2019 crash that killed 157 people. They found that a malfunctioning sensor sent faulty data to the Boeing 737 Max 8′s anti-stall system and triggered a chain of events that ended in a crash which was so violent and that reduced the plane into pieces and shards.

Though it happens extremely dangerous due to the malfunctioning of the sensor that sent faulty data to the Boeing 737.This incident has been recorded in the history and further investigation will be still under process.

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