Pilots, Ground Crew Share Blame For Lion Air 737 Max Crash, Indonesian Report Says

In addition to citing failures at Boeing and the FAA, the report found that a faulty sensor was likely installed without being tested and the co-pilot on the doomed flight was not properly trained.

A series of failures and missteps on the ground and in the cockpit resulted in the crash of a Boeing 737 Max in Indonesia last year that killed all 189 passengers and crew aboard, a new report released Friday concludes.

A key finding in the report by Indonesia's National Transportation Safety Committee is that while a design flaw in an automated flight-control system, known as MCAS, was the primary cause of the crash, a faulty sensor, inadequate maintenance, poor pilot training and a failure to heed previous problems with

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