SEU wrote:morrisond wrote:Noshow wrote:
It feels almost like your daily prayer to read your narrative blaming the pilots over and over again. Must be hundreds of posts by now for sure. As everybody is aware of your point by now I'd like to find out why you keep repeating it like some dogma? Are you a private person thinking this way or is this some campaign sort of thing maybe?
Stop saying that I'm blaming the pilots - I'm blaming ET's training system - their is a very large difference. I'll keep posting as long as people keep insisting that there is no training issue.
I thought everyone knew by now that I'm paid by Boeing. I've been accused of it often enough. Personally I hope Boeing does a complete rethink of how they certify aircraft.
As Aircraft grow more complex and fewer people have less a grasp of the whole Aircraft systems have to be in place to ensure this never happens again. That becomes very difficult when thousand's of Engineers are working on a program and have no idea what the others are doing.
If its ETs 'training system' that's the issue, why did the whole world ban the max, FAA and boeing admit mistakes and now will require pilots to be trained on the max, instead of just grounding ET.
AS the MCAS 2.0 Simulator tests showed Pilots from other airlines in the west were having issues as well with running checklists.