The preliminary report into the Oct. 29 of a Lion Air Boeing 737 MAX 8 crash confirms that the pilots struggled with the automatic trim as it responded to faulty inputs, although they appear not to have activated the cut-out switch for this system. The Nov. 28 report by the Indonesian National Transportation Safety Committee details the maintenance timeline for the MAX 8, which experienced similar issues on previous flights. It also outlines the sequence of events on the prior flight on ...

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