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On this episode of AvTalk, we discuss Boeing’s MCAS software update, the continued grounding of the 737 MAX fleet, and passengers on one flight are surprised to find themselves in the wrong country upon landing.
MCAS gets an update
We discuss Boeing’s software and display update to the MCAS system, congressional and other inquiries into the certification of the 737 MAX, and an update on the investigation into the crash of Ethiopian 302.
This isn’t Düsseldorf…
A WDL Aviation flight operating on behalf of British Airways was supposed to fly from London to Düsseldorf, but mistakenly ended up in Edinburgh. We break down how that could have happened.
We discuss WOW Air’s saga to try and stay in business. (Note: this episode was recorded just prior to their closure.)
Odds and ends
Special liveries, a strategic purchase, and a quick preview of our next episode, which will involve some math
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