737 MAX recertification flights have begun today

The flights that are being conducted to see if the 737 MAX can be recertified have begun today. Normally, the process should take 3 days. Boeing has already completed over 1000 test and production flights to ensure that the aircraft is airworthy. The recertification flights will take place over Washington State in the USA and the Pacific Ocean. My belief is that when you start computerizing a plane too much, it won’t function anymore, because human judgement remains much more effective. What is your opinion about the use of computers on planes? Are they effective or completely useless? If you wish to share your ideology, please write a comment in the comments section below. 29th of June 2020.

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