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Blackout Bug: Boeing 737 cockpit screens go blank if pilots land on specific runways

Blackout Bug: Boeing 737 cockpit screens go blank if pilots land on specific runways

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  1. Software was outsourced to EA…
    Screen doesn’t go black, it displays “this airport is part of the premium purchase package…”
    /s

  2. The issue is already fixed in the DEU software, it has been already installed in all planes that are traveling to affected airports. The AD is relevant only to the planes that may divert to those.

    Eventually all planes will get updated.

  3. This feels like disinformation/noise given the current chain of events.

  4. > Airbus’ A350 was struck by a similar bug requiring a power cycle every 149 hours to prevent avionics systems from partially or even totally failing to work.

    I’ll just quote this part one more time:

    >requiring a power cycle…

    What the holy fuk….those planes must be running on Microsoft Windows NT ….omg…

  5. Iran won’t hand over the black boxes. They shot it down. The ruse is over.

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