It is interesting that very few pilots (if any), most if not all who were first world have survived a simulator version of one of the flights and they all knew what problems were going to happen. The NTSB Hearing in the Sully movie, while of course not a documentary, is accurate in relation to simulation flights after a bad accident.
I'm in complete agreement on the appalling bad choices made to modify the system and not retrain or inform pilots.
However throwing pilots under the bus before the final results of the accident investigation is disingenuous. If the pilots made bad choices it will come out, certainly from the Ethiopian case, the preliminary report has already been published. However those choices may have been forced on them by the Boeing hardware.
Please wait before deciding where to assign Blair and what percentage of blaim applies to whome
Do you know that there are only 2 737Max simulators? And that Ethiopia airlines has one with Boeing having the other?