[SystemSafety] "FAA chief '100% confident' of 737 MAX safety as flights to resume"

Dewi Daniels dewi.daniels at software-safety.com
Tue Dec 1 14:50:33 CET 2020


If the pilot took his hands off the controls, the aircraft would settle at
a pitch attitude that depends on the airspeed and the position of the
stabiliser trim.


On Tue, 1 Dec 2020 at 12:55, Olwen Morgan <olwen at phaedsys.com> wrote:

> Question: If a 737 MAX is on climb-out and is at a speed and AoA at which
> the pitch-up tendency starts to lift the aircraft's nose, what would
> happen, in the absence of any automatic controls (including MCAS), if the
> pilot took his hands off the controls?
> Still somewhat baffled,
> Olwen

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