Pilots from around the world have logged numerous complaints and concerns over the Boeing 737 Max aircraft in the last 15 months, it has emerged.
The reports found on an aviation safety reporting database set up by Nasa highlight perceived problems with the jet’s new anti-stall technology.
The update on the old 737 design is a system intended to protect the aircraft from stalling by forcing the nose of the plane down in certain circumstances. However, it is now at the centre of questions regarding the airworthiness of the 737 Max in the wake of its second fatal crash in five months.
In one entry in Aviation Safety Reporting System (ASRS), which allows pilots to record incidents anonymously,…