That means that Λ system of the MAX (system failure rate leading to a crash) is 260 times worse than the global average.
For the A320 we would have to say:
-> The day after Habsheim, the A320 had 0 crashes per million flights because of a system failure (0 out of whatever)
So you can't do the same calculation for Habsheim simply because there was no system failure. How could you overlook that? I explained this three times to you already.
The day after the MAX returns to flight with MCAS 2.0 it will have a crash rate of 0 out of whatever.
The crash rate of the MAX with MCAS 1.0 is irrelevant to how safe it will be with MCAS 2.0
And if in three months a crew is crashing a MAX at an airshow by flying below treetop altitude our dear user Revelation will come one day after and say, that MCAS 2.0 is now worse than MCAS 1.0. Because he is not able to distinguish between things you can compare and things, you can not compare.
So flights are no longer flights, they are flights without a system failure.
Of course. In order to calculate the failure rate of the MAX you have look at crashes because of system failures.
Shall I explain my calculation once more for you? Because you somehow refuse to see the principles behind it.
You make a crafted exclusion for A320 but none for MAX which gets compared to all flights of all aircraft ever, ones who have had defects eliminated out over time, be they due to system failures, poor design, inadequate training material, pilot ego, whatever..
No, I took the overall crash rate, guestimated how many of those were downed by human error and how many by system failure. From this resulted a global crash rate coming from system failures (it is much smaller than the crash rate coming from pilot errors). And this crash causing system failure rate is then compared to the failure rate of the MAX. From this we get the factor 260. Crashes by pilot error are totally exluded, and therefore Habsheim is a meaningless red-herring.
Yes, you've said the same thing three times, you keep treating the A320 differently by carving out a protected niche for it.
No, not at all. If, and only if, notable and repeated A320 crashes would have occured due to system failures, you could compare it to the MAX.