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Perhaps the fix for the B737 Max is the addition of a 3rd flight crew member well-schooled in "recovery from unusual attitudes, while diagnosing MCAS faults".

Can't do that. It would raise costs and take money away from the "job creator class". On the other hand, this gives Boeing more ammunition to insist that it is totally innocent because their poorly documented, fault prone and non-redundant system can be turned off by a fast thinking pilot who guesses correctly.

Steve...so....why not turn the bugger off and leave it off? again I ask, why did Boeing install MCAS in the first place?
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