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'Sully' Sullenberger Says He Struggled To Recover Boeing 737 MAX In Flight Simulation

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'Sully' Sullenberger Says He Struggled To Recover Boeing 737 MAX In Flight Simulation

'Sully' Sullenberger Says He Struggled To Recover Boeing 737 MAX In Flight Simulation

Current and former pilots--including the Bay Area's own Captain Chesley Sullenberger--testified before a House panel looking into the safety of Boeing 737 MAX airliners.

The planes remain grounded following two deadly overseas crashes.

Ken Bastida reports.

(6-19-2019)

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