Boeing’s first 737 MAX, the Spirit of Renton, flies for the first time on Jan. 29, 2016, from Renton Municipal Airport in Renton. (Mike Siegel/Seattle Times/TNS)

Boeing’s first 737 MAX, the Spirit of Renton, flies for the first time on Jan. 29, 2016, from Renton Municipal Airport in Renton. (Mike Siegel/Seattle Times/TNS)

Was pilot error a factor in the Boeing 737 Max crashes?

Some pilots say yes, but others say that view is unrealistic and reflects American aviation arrogance.

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