Publicado: Sol, Marcha 17, 2019
Global | Por Milagro Delgado

Plane crash probe has begun in Paris Ethiopian Airlines

Plane crash probe has begun in Paris Ethiopian Airlines

"The thing continues to make greater commands because it's fighting against the pilot", Krause said.

Boeing executives and technical experts briefed pilots at USA airlines that fly the Max in November about the plane, less than a month after the Lion Air crash.

The relationship between the carrier and Boeing soured after the manufacturer pointed to maintenance issues and human error at Lion as the underlying cause, even though the planes pilots had been battling a computerized system that took control following a sensor malfunction.

Boeing aimed to finish the work in April.

The French agency said that, in addition to Boeing, teams were also attending from the U.S. National Transportation Safety Board, Federal Aviation Administration and the European Union Aviation Safety Agency.

Dagmawit said it would take up to six months to identify remains, and family members were being encouraged to submit DNA samples in Addis Ababa or at Ethiopian Airlines offices overseas. At a minimum, aviation experts say, the plane maker will need to finish updating software that might have played a role in the Lion Air crash. And they had to be sure that the modifications didn't affect other flying characteristics of the plane.

"He said he had a flight control problem". "I think they are being very methodical".

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Boeing, whose shares have lost 11 per cent of their value this week, faces escalating financial risk after two disasters involving its newest narrow-body jet in the past five months. The two Caspian region countries join a growing list of countries that have also grounded the Boeing model, including the United States, the United Kingdom and New Zealand.

"All airlines in the world should be well aware of the problem", Krause said.

The jet initially flew below the minimum safe height for its climb, then once at higher altitude was oscillating up and down by hundreds of feet, all at abnormally fast speed, the Times said. Those numbers depend on how long the planes end up parked.

"They called us to give us a report on bodies and the reasons for the crash but there was no information", Shariff said. Accident reports show most are caused by unique combinations of technical and human factors.

The 737, which first entered service in the late 1960s, is the aviation industry's best-selling model and Boeing's top earner.

The only Boeing 737 MAX from Kazakhstan is registered with SСAT Airlines. It had expected to expand its fleet of 24 MAX jets to 36 by the end of 2019. Southwest cancelled 170 of its roughly 4,000 flights Friday, and "the vast majority" were due to the Max, said spokesman Chris Mainz. But airlines are scrambling to put passengers on other planes to prevent major disruption to air travel. All 189 people onboard were killed. People of 35 nationalities were killed in the crash.

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