Six minutes of chaos in cockpit of doomed Ethiopian 737 revealed

Pilots fought to regain control from computers as systems put the Boeing in a dive while simultaneously shrieking ‘don’t sink’ warnings

Chilling black-box recordings from inside the doomed Ethiopian Airlines Boeing 737 Max cockpit paint a chilling picture of chaos as the pilots were bombarded by alarms and failure warnings for six minutes.

Almost immediately after roaring down the runway in Addis Ababa, a device called a stick shaker began vibrating the captain’s control column, warning him that the plane might be about to stall and fall from the sky.

737 Max UPDATE Ethiopian Preliminary Accident Report 4 April

h/t Simus

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