Boeing Company informed on Wednesday that it’s Chief executive, Dennis Muilenburg, had combined a test flight on a 737 MAX 7 jetliner for a demo testament of the updated MCAS anti-stall software. The software is emphasized as the main issue of the investigations on the deadly crash of Ethiopian Flight 302 in the last month and a Lion Air accident in Indonesia before five months. Both of deadly two crashes had been involved with the slightly larger 737 MAX 8 model, which integrates the same cockpit.
During the test flight on Wednesday, the flight crew demonstrated a different kind of scenarios to interpret the experimental failure conditions, informed by Boeing.
It claimed in a statement, “ The software update worked as designed, and the pilots landed safely at Boeing Field (near Seattle)”.
The statement also claims that “ Boeing will conduct additional test and demo flights as we continue to work to demonstrate that we have identified and appropriately addressed all certification requirements. We will submit the update for FAA (Federal Aviation Administration) review once that work has been completed in the coming weeks.”