The automated flight control system on the MAX will now be modified to take input from both flight control computers at once, instead of the current use of one on each flight. Currently, the computers switch from one to the other on each flight. The FAA specifically rejected Boeing’s assumption that pilots could be relied upon as the backstop safeguard in scenarios such as the un-commanded movement of the horizontal tail in the Lion Air and Ethiopian crashes.
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