Lawyers for the family of the co-pilot killed in the crash of the Lion Air Boeing 737 MAX 8 have filed a lawsuit against Boeing alleging the aircraft was “unreasonably dangerous” and that the manufacturer failed to provide proper instruction on how to handle the new narrowbody’s anti-stall system. Indonesian LCC Lion Air issued a press statement Dec. 28 disclosing the lawsuit on behalf of the family of co-pilot Harvino, who is described as an experienced pilot with over ...

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