Boeing may have problems with the sensor flight control.
The Federal aviation administration (FAA) of the USA has warned that problems with the sensor control of the flight that led to the crash of an Indonesian Boeing 737 Max airline Lion Air could have other liners of this series. On Wednesday, November 7.
In particular, the aviation administration had warned that the false sensor data can be on 246 ships, 45 of which are used by U.S. airlines, and lead to an incorrect assessment of the angle of flight, which can cause the output plane into a nosedive or problems during landing and takeoff.
The FAA also promised to continue working together with Boeing to clarify all possible circumstances of the disaster in Indonesia.
The data informed parametric flight recorder retrieved by divers from the mud at the bottom of the Java sea, confirmed that the last four flights of the Boeing 737 Indonesian airline Lion Air had problems with the operation of the speed indicator.
Recall that the Lion Air aircraft crashed on October 29 after departure from the airport of Jakarta. He fell into the sea near the island of Java, after 13 minutes of flight. Killing all 189 people on Board. Ukrainian citizens on Board the plane.