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Investigators have revealed information from the "black box" found in the Lion Air Boeing 737 MAX 8 that crashed off the coast of Indonesia and killed all 189 people on board. The data recorder revealed the pilots’ tug of war battle with the plane’s computer to keep the craft in the air. NBC’s Tom Costello reports for TODAY.

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Yet Boeing doesn't see any problems. I'm glad it's been grounded in many countries.

Author — Ragnar Klavan

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The plane that crashed today flying from Ethiopia to Kenya was a 737 Max as well. They need to pull these planes from the sky.

Author — Jungz

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M.C.A.S. may crash aircraft into sea.

Author — DENNIS INTERSIMONE

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They just grounded the 737 MAX in Europe today! about time...

Author — Jordan Cama

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Boeing will smartly point their dirty fingers towards pilot/s as they do in most cases to hide their faulty vehicles.

Author — Niket Amin

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and the same is happening again with Euthopian Air .... RIP 😭

Author — Admin ANRO

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Very easy to say what to do when you're in the flight simulator.

Author — Abigail Teh

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If it can't be overridden by the manual flight controls, then it is a lethal malfunction. Time to ground all and have Boeing compensate the airlines until they can guarantee the system won't cause another crash.

Author — Airborne Images

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And now there’s been another crash. Ethiopian Flight with the same 737 Boeing plane.

Author — Candace Collection

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Guess it's not that safe since another 737 8max crashed in Ethiopia.

Author — Gad Mugane

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Same problem happend with Ethiopian airline
RIP FOR THOSE WHO LOST THEIR LIFE.

BOEING NEED TO FIX THIS ISSUE IMM.

Author — Trend Setter

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"Pilot vs Plane" again, huh?
Boeing, why u do dis

Author — Mohd. Nishikata Sitohang

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If the software forces the plane into the ground nose first, under any circumstance, it's flawed software, simple as that.

Author — Walter Black

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tie up the CEO of boeing on the nose of 737 Max and ask top Boeing executives to fly around the world.

Author — Light York

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and now Ethiopian airlines's same plane crashed too...

Author — Nekena Heritiana

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Airbus has integrated fully FBW aircraft since the 80's, and it's never happened on an Airbus plane. On Airbus planes there are four primary flight computers, three AOA sensors, and even if a sensor fails the computers have 'sanity' checks to make sure something like Lion Air Flight 610 doesn't happen. For example an Airbus A320 cannot dive more than 10 degrees nose down due to the software, meanwhile this 737 MAX entered an unrestricted 90 degree nose down dive. The 737 MAX was introduced just last year. Boeing has no excuses and needs to quit blaming the airline which had next to nothing to do with this and even with training the problem can be catastrophic if it happens suddenly in flight and catches pilots off guard. Your new plane crashes just 2 months in due to a design flaw, quit trying to avoid responsibility when your planes are notorious for crashing due to overlooked design flaws ie cargo door failure on the 747's and the non redundant rudder PCU in the 737's.

Author — Tsubasa

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Flawed design and production. What a shame on Boeing

Author — Millmoor Michael

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What a bull crap... 2 switch otherwise it can be deadly lol...

Author — II Parachute Regiment

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I have a feeling that Lion Air and Boeing will get sanction because of this tragic event...and i think they should...

Author — Robinson Siregar

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Never rely on computers look and Windows 10

Author — klesk173a