Boeing said on Thursday that a software update for its 737 Max aircraft was completed and awaiting review, inspected by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). About a month ago, Boeing also tested this update, can understand this is the complete version and has overcome the recent errors that 737 Max caused.
In the coming days, Boeing and FAA will arrange a trial flight so that the FAA team can assess the level of perfection and safety that the update brings. More importantly, the MCAS update will also be analyzed, the system is said to cause two serious accidents that killed 346 people.
Although the update can erase errors on the flight control system of 737 Max, it does not mean that airlines can deploy 737 Max fleets soon, according to the WSJ, at least until mid-August. This just happened. Certainly FAA will analyze and evaluate very carefully because of the serious errors it has caused.