Identification of in-service issues with the Boeing 737 MAX maneuvering characteristics augmentation system (MCAS) flight control law follows a common pattern for newly certified products, and does not signal errors made during the system’s design and risk analysis, FAA Acting Administrator Dan Elwell told a Senate panel March 27. “The FAA was directly involved in the system safety review of” MCAS, Elwell will tell the US Senate aviation and space ...

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