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Boeing 737 MAX 8 in the second crash for months

March 10, 2019 World 0 Views 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. [19659003] In 2017, Boeing founded all 737 MAX plans over concerns about a manufacturing quality issue in their new engines. departing from its first flight…

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. [19659003] In 2017, Boeing founded all 737 MAX plans over concerns about a manufacturing quality issue in their new engines.

departing from its first flight on January 29, 2016 in Renton, Washington.

A Boeing 737 MAX 8

Jamie Jewell, a spokesman for CFM, said at the time that company inspections found “some anomalies in the process” of jet turbine manufacturing discs. Jewell also stressed that no problem related to that part was seen during more than 2000 hours of test flights for 737 Max.

“Of an abundance of caution, we decided to temporarily stop MAX flights. The step is consistent with Our prioritized focus on security for everyone who uses and flies our products, says the aircraft manufacturer in a statement.

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The aircraft that crashed on Sunday morning was delivered to Ethiopian airlines in November. It was one of five active MAX 8 aircraft belonging to the airline, and another was commissioned, according to the PlaneSpotters website, which tracks flight orders.

The MAX versions of the 737s are being tested for their LEAP jet engines that Boeing says “redefine the future for efficient and environmentally friendly air travel.” Boeing says the 737 MAX jets are 10% to 12% more effective than their predecessors.

But until an investigation has been launched, it is difficult to determine whether the disaster was the result of an error in the aircraft, human error or Another factor.

“We will not get a final determination for two or three years, but we will get information from the flight detectors – which I guess will be quite easy to download – in a few weeks,

Boeing did not respond immediately a CNN request for comment on the model, but has released a statement saying that it is “deeply sad to learn passenger and crew passages.” It added that a technical team from Boeing is ready to provide technical assistance on demand and under management. by the US National Transportation Safety Board.

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