International airlines ground Boeing 737 Max 8 after Ethiopian crash

Airlines in Ethiopia, China, Australia, Indonesia, South Africa, the UK, Singapore, Turkey, Iceland, Morocco and Cayman and most of Europe have grounded their  Boeing 737 Max 8 jetliners following the Ethiopian Airlines crash on Sunday, in which 157 people were killed. One of the two Israelis who died in the crash was identified as Avraham Matzliah, 49, father of two from Maaleh Adummim. Two of the crashed airliner’s flight recorders, one damaged, have been recovered, as investigation continues into the cause of the disaster. Boeing is not issuing new safety directives to the purchasers of the Max 8 until the investigation is complete.

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One thought on “International airlines ground Boeing 737 Max 8 after Ethiopian crash

  • Mar 12, 2019 @ 16:56 at 16:56

    Navy F4 pilot Field McConnll said – All the Boeing 737s have a BHUAP that unless a pilot is SPECIFICLY TRAINED, the plane can be remotely hijacked.

    Boeings were hijacked by rogues 3 times – MH370 in 2014, Africa March 10, 2019 and Indonesia Sep 28, 2018

    Boeing needs to remove the BHUAP


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