morrisond wrote:You obviously haven't looked at the Flight Experience of the ET302 crew - both let into the cockpit of a 737 with only a few hundred hours. The pilot has a bunch of hours but the co-pilot was very low hour and seemed to know more than the pilot. He had less than two months in the 737.
Why don't you stop the American obsession with flight hours and just admit Boeing has made serious mistakes with its latest variant of the 737? The fact that airplanes need software updates to be able to fly safe is just ridiculous.
When Airbus introduced fly by wire on the A320 some pilots said they preferred to keep flying the 737. Because by just laying your hands on the control column you knew how the aircraft was flying. That's not the case anymore. Pilots don't trust the MAX, because they don't know what the aircraft is doing. Even a pilot with over 8,000 hours flew this brand new plane into the ground.