Boeing will need at least until September to address a new flight control computer (FCC) issue and wrap up changes needed to get the fleet flying again, ATW  has learned. The issue came to light during engineering simulator tests with FAA test pilots during the week of June 17. During a runaway horizontal stabilizer troubleshooting procedure, FAA determined that line pilots would need more time to correctly diagnose the failure and execute the appropriate checklist. The ...

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