All 157 people aboard the Ethiopian Airlines flight from Addis Ababa who crashed on Sunday morning have died, the airline has confirmed.
The tragedy follows the Lion Air flight that descended over the Java Sea at the end of October and killed all 189 people on board.
There is no suggestion other than what caused the latest disaster, and no evidence that the two incidents are linked. All that is known, however, is that both flights took place on the Boeing 737 MAX 8 – a new model recently presented for great fanfare by the American Air Crew, who saw his first flight less than two years ago.
“At the moment it seems to be a coincidence” that both disasters occurred on the same aircraft, according to CNN anchor Richard Quest, who specializes in flight. “But I guarantee to you that the authorities will investigate how close a coincidence, and if there are common circumstances between the two,” he said. “1
9659005″ Two new aircraft have crashed from two respected airlines “Quest added.” Ethiopian is a very well-run airline. There is no security issue on Ethiopian Airlines. ”
737 MAX 8 is one of the latest versions of a jet introduced in 1967. More than 10,000 737 has been produced, making it the best-selling jet liner all the time.  In 2017, Boeing founded all 737 MAX plans over concerns about a manufacturing quality issue in their new engines.