Japan is Also Banned Boeing 737-MAX 8 and MAX9

Japan’s Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism notified foreign airlines to stop the flight of Boeing 737-MAX8 and 737-MAX9 aircraft into Japan.

Boeing’s hot-selling 747 series aircraft suffered from the Indonesian Lion Air crash in October last year and the Ethiopian air crash on the 10th, and may be the same problem.

Recently, more than 50 countries around the world have announced the grounding of the 737 MAX series, and some have also prohibited the MAX series passenger aircraft from flying into the airspace. The US Federal Aviation Administration also ordered a grounding today.

Japan’s Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism has decided to take the same measures and has notified airlines not to fly into Japan and pass through Japan.

The Ministry of International Trade and Communications said that Japanese domestic airlines did not use the same type of passenger aircraft.

The US Federal Aviation Administration finally followed the international footsteps and ordered Boeing’s hot-selling 737 MAX series aircraft to be grounded. The US side pointed out that the flight of the Ethiopian air crash on the 10th may have the same problem as the Indonesian Lion Air in October last year.

Yihang Lion Air 2 has an air crash
According to Bloomberg News, Daniel Elwell, Acting Director of the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), pointed out that the satellite’s track data and the newly discovered evidence on the scene of the clothing aviation show that the clothing aviation is not suspicious. Related to the safety device, the related device also involved the Indonesian Lion Air crash in October last year.

Ewell said: “The situation has become clearer. The flight path and some actions of the airlines are very similar to those of the Lion Air.”

Yihang late black box inspection US stop flying slow half shot
Recently, more than 50 countries and regions around the world have ignored the FAA’s airworthiness guarantee, and announced the grounding of the 737 MAX series. Some also prohibit the MAX series passenger aircraft from flying into the airspace. As the Ethiopian unit delayed the delivery of two black boxes on the flight to the lab that could be analyzed, the FAA did not say enough to ask for a flight until yesterday.

The FAA did not say the timetable for the MAX series go-around. I’ve only expressed the hope that the manufacturer Boeing will work with the aviation industry and the supervisory units including the FAA to minimize the time to ground. I’ll still remind that there is still no direct connection between the two air crashes between Yihang and Lion Air. “After confirming the same reasons for the two air crashes, there are still many things to be investigated.”

Boeing supports grounding
The 737 MAX series currently accounts for a very small percentage of airlines worldwide. According to Boeing, by the end of February this year, they only delivered 376 aircraft to various airlines or leasing companies around the world. Compared with the global fleet of 24,400 aircraft at the end of 2017, the MAX series accounted for a very low proportion.

The Associated Press reported that Boeing said today that although it still believes in the safety of this aircraft, they support the temporary suspension of all MAX series fleets; before the United States ordered the grounding, Boeing has promised to upgrade within a few weeks. Flight control software.

Agence France-Presse reported that the related air crash echoed some American pilots’ concerns about the 737MAX 8.

According to AFP’s documents from the Aviation Safety Reporting System, Indonesia’s Lion Air was difficult to come to last year. At least four American pilots had notifications, all complaining that the plane would suddenly face down shortly after takeoff. The Fei’an Reporting System is a voluntary incident notification database maintained by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA).

Anti-stall MCAS system
After the lion aviation disaster occurred, there were 2 unnamed reports that the pilot cut off the automatic driving and corrected the aircraft track. One of the reports said that the crew had been inspected for a long time afterwards. “I still can’t think of why the nose is so impatient.” It is unclear whether the US Department of Transportation has reviewed this database or related investigations.

The problem of Lion Air’s difficulty has been directed to the Robotic Enhancement System (MCAS), which automatically prevents stalls on board. MCAS is a device that automatically adjusts the nose down when the aircraft has a stall.

According to the lion’s difficult flight recorder, the lion’s flight 310 was wrecked. The pilot had been struggling to control the aircraft after taking off because the MCAS system kept pressing the nose. According to the news that the aircraft was difficult to take off before the plane crashed, the pilot also encountered similar difficulties and planned to return to the airport.

After the Indonesian Lions Air Force, the FAA and other national flight surveillance agencies have reminded the pilots to pay attention to the “Mobility Enhancement System” on the 737 MAX 8, reminding the pilots how to overcome the system when it is out. However, the FAA said on the 11th that the system will not be redesigned until April.

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Japan’s Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism notified foreign airlines to stop the flight of Boeing 737-MAX8 and 737-MAX9 aircraft into Japan

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