WASHINGTON—The interim report on the Ethiopian Airlines Flight 302 (ET302) accident probe released Apr. 4 confirms that the flight crew followed prescribed procedures in response to uncommanded nose-down inputs, but could not keep the aircraft from descending into the ground. A careful reading of the report makes clear the crew was confused by the multiple failures they faced, and raises questions about the accident sequence. “The crew performed all the procedures repeatedly ...

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