Boeing, FAA issue order to remind pilots about recovering from nosedive
United, American and Southwest airlines said they are complying with Boeing’s emergency order reminding pilots how to handle potential false readings from a plane sensor. The air carriers fly Boeing’s 737 MAX aircrafts, the same plane that crashed in Indonesia and killed all 189 people on board. During that flight, the plane’s computers were apparently pushing the nose down while the pilots were pulling up. Investigators are looking into whether the sensors malfunctioned or if the pilots failed to take action in time. NBC’s Tom Costello reports for TODAY.
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