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clues have emerged to the last minutes of the line at Boeing seven three seven Max that crashed last year they might just shed light to what happened in the Ethiopian airlines crash too , sources of told Reuters what's on the cockpit voice recorder of the law and that plane it reveals the pilots front to come through the jets manual for all so as to why that at Croft kept trying to nose dive which is Jamie freeze in Singapore is covering the story in this case it first the captain was flying the plane and he had the first officer looking to frighten right checklist %HESITATION but later in the flight the captain decided at that you know he wanted to find a checklist so we ask the first officer to take control and about a minute after that the plane went down so it doesn't look like they found the checklist , recording will add to suspicions over system designed to prevent the Max from flying too slowly it may have forced the plane to dive off to Raleigh concluding that it's S. speed was dangerously low some evidence suggests similar problems on the Ethiopian jet of the same make though investigators say it's too soon to be sure the law in that plane may have experienced similar troubles before even before there was a flight with very similar conditions that they experienced in flights and those pilots did perform three checklists one of which was the correct one definitely to solve the situation as it turns out , and it has already faced questions over white continue to fly a plane with folks now it will be Aust white paws didn't communicate about the problem and its solution but the focus remains firmly on Boeing European and Canadian regulators now say they will conduct their own assessments they will rely on US regulators to say the plane is safe as for Boeing it plans changes to software and pilot training but it's far from clear whether that will be enough to reassure airlines and travelers