I'm Coming Home, Pilot Told Mother Before Ethiopian Airline Crash
Yared Getachew, the pilot of the ill-fated Ethiopian Airlines flight ET302, spoke to his mother Dr Rayan Shapi just before take-off, telling her he would speak to her when he landed. According to the airline's CEO, Tewolde GebreMariam, he reported flight control problems just before the crash that killed all 157 people on board the plane.
allAfrica, 13 March 2019
The pilot of Ethiopian Airlines flight ET 302 had "flight control problems" shortly before the fatal crash, the company's chief executive has told CNN. Read more »
Nation, 13 March 2019
"I am coming to Nairobi. I have forgotten my phone, but we will talk once I get there," these were the last words Mr Yared Getachew, the pilot of the ill-fated Ethiopian Airlines… Read more »
CEO Tewolde GebreMariam at the scene of the crash.
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- 13 March 2019
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