The U.S. Congress has issued a damning report that puts the blame for the Ethiopian and Lion Air crashes squarely on U.S. aircraft manufacturer Boeing. The country’s aviation agency is also facing headwinds for having failed in its oversight and certification of the Boeing 737 Max aircraft. It marks the culmination of 17 months of investigations, involving five public hearings, 24 interviews and 600,000 pages of documents. The crash of Ethiopian Airlines flight 302 on 10 March 2019, about six minutes after take-off, claimed the lives of all 157 people on board.
A few days after the March 10, 2019 crash of the Nairobi-bound Boeing 737 MAX, Kenyan families who lost loved ones were approached by lawyers or representatives of U.S. law firms … Read more »
Hundreds of people gathered in Addis Ababa to pay their respects to the victims of the Ethiopian Airlines Flight 302 crash. Another memorial service is planned for March 10, 2020, … Read more »
Aircraft manufacturer Boeing has reportedly told families who lost loved ones in the Ethiopian Airlines crash in March 2019, that applications for compensation should be made … Read more »