Thursday 4th February 2021 at 18:30 GMT
A short history of the 737 MAX and ‘Manoeuvring Characteristics Augmentation System’ (MCAS), from development to fix by Chris Brady
Chris started flying in 1985 with the RAF whilst studying for a Physics degree. He spent several years in general aviation as a Flying Instructor, Examiner, C of A Test Pilot for all Group A & B types and Chief Pilot of an air taxi company. In his 18 years on the 737 Chris accumulated over 10,000hrs flying most versions. He has conducted over 150 post-maintenance check flights and customer demonstration flights on the 737 Classics and NGs. Chris has been flying the Airbus A320 CEO/NEO family since 2011. Chris is also the author of The Boeing 737 Technical Site (www.b737.org.uk) established in 1999, and The Boeing 737 Technical Guide, first published in 2006 (updated annually). Chris was cited in the US House Committee report on The Design, Development & Certification of the Boeing 737 MAX and has appeared in, and advised on, dozens of news reports and documentaries about the 737 MAX.
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