Yeah, I get that. What was I told about it? That it exists. What do we train for? Stab trim runaway, and we always train for it at an altitude where a lazy recovery will still bring success.MCAS type? Are you talking about the mach trim and auto trim? Pusher? Lots of planes have some type of auto trim or envelope protection, but usually the manufacturers tell people about it and provide an override.
I'm not convinced that, in the Lion Air case, knowing that it existed would have changed anything. One crew successfully recovered, maintenance pencil whipped, and the next crew wasn't as sharp or wasn't as lucky.
People seem to be offended that the system even exists in the first place. I think it's especially humorous when it's Airbus people.
Sent from my Moto Z (2) using Tapatalk