Bjorn’s Corner: Why did Ethiopian Airlines ET302 and Lion Air JT610 crash?

March 22, 2019, ©. Leeham News: Last week we covered what we knew about the Ethiopian Airlines Flight 302 crash. In the passing week, more facts have been revealed. We also have the first lead why both the… Read More

Bjorn’s Corner: The Ethiopian Airline’s Flight 302 crash

March 15, 2019, ©. Leeham News: With the crash in the weekend of Ethiopian Airlines Flight 302 we take a break from the Yaw and Roll stability discussions to look at what happened Sunday. The 737 MAX 8… Read More

About 40% of MAX fleet now grounded-but not by FAA

March 12, 2019, © Leeham News: About 40% of the world’s in-service Boeing 737 MAX fleet were grounded by the end of yesterday, Seattle time, after more governments and airlines banned operations. Singapore was the latest to ban… Read More

Indonesia grounds MAX, one-third of world fleet now grounded

Update: Royal Air Maroc, Mongolian Airlines ground MAX. March 11, 2019, © Leeham News: Indonesia regulators today joined China, Grand Cayman Airways and Ethiopian Airlines in grounding the Boeing 737 MAX pending investigations or inspections. This means about one… Read More

Bjorn’s Corner: Pitch stability, Part 9

Feb. 08, 2019, ©. Leeham News: In our run through of the pitch stability problems of an airliner we covered high and low-speed problems in the last Corners and before it deep stall. Now we go back to… Read More

Bjorn’s Corner: Pitch stability, Part 8

Feb. 01, 2019, ©. Leeham News: In last week’s Corner, we covered the high-speed pitch stability problem most airliners have, Mach tuck. Now, we continue with low-speed problems which made Boeing introduce Speed trim on the 737.