Boeing continues to provide airlines more details on the MAX family’s stall-protection systems and carriers are sharing the information with their pilots, reiterating that even if elements of the systems are new, troubleshooting procedures have not changed. A bulletin sent by United Airlines to its pilots based on a meeting with Boeing and others underscores that it is “informational only and does not change any existing procedure or previously issued guidance.” The ...

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