Tag: Ethiopian Airlines

BOEING FIRES ITS CEO DENNIS MUILENBURG

Boeing has fired its CEO Dennis Muilenburg

SEATTLE – Boeing has fired its chief executive Dennis Muilenburg on Monday. The CEO’s handling of the aircraft manufacturer’s 737 MAX crisis had angered airlines, lawmakers, regulators and victims’ families. Muilenburg is held responsible for the company’s worst crisis in its 103-year history, since two 737 MAX aircraft crashed in October 2018 in Indonesia and

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AERIALS OF GROUNDED BOEING 737 MAX AIRCRAFT AT SEATTLE’S BOEING FIELD

BOEING FIELD/RENTON FACTORY, SEATTLE, WA – Aerial footage from Seattle’s King 5 News show a sad sight; dozens of Boeing 737 Max aircraft remain grounded at Boeing Field and Renton Factory in Seattle on Tuesday July 9, four months after the second deadly crash with the 737 MAX in Ethiopia. The grounded 737 MAX aircraft

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BLACK BOX OF CRASHED ETHIOPIAN B737 MAX IS NOW BEING ANALYSED IN PARIS

Ethiopian Airlines Black Box

PARIS LE BOURGET AIRPORT – Since Friday the Flight Data Recorder (FDR) and the Cockpit Voice Recorder (CVR) of the crashed Ethiopian Airlines Boeing 737 MAX are being analysed. The black box arrived in Paris on Thursday at Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport, where it was transferred to Paris Le Bourget Airport. An Ethiopian investigation

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BLACK BOX OF CRASHED ETHIOPIAN B737 MAX 8 WILL BE SENT TO FRANCE FOR ANALYSIS

Black Box

Ethiopian authorities have requested France assistance for the analysis of the Flight Data Recorder (FDR) and Cockpit Voice Recorder (CVR). In the coming days the black box will be sent for the analysis to Paris Le Bourget Airport in France. A spokesman for Germany’s Federal Bureau of Aircraft Accident Investigation (BFU) earlier said that the

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EUROPEAN UNION SUSPENDS BOEING 737 MAX FLIGHTS AFTER ETHIOPIA CRASH

Boeing 737 MAX 8

COLOGNE – The Boeing 737 MAX must remain on the ground throughout the European Union for the time being. The European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) is not taking any risk and suspended all flights today, following the Ethiopia crash last weekend that killed 157 people. Switzerland said that it will follow the EASA. It’s

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