Boeing May Have Sold Unsafe Plane to Ethiopian Airlines - Lawyers
In a pre-trial conference that kicked off in Seattle, the victim's lawyers alleged a civil conspiracy in the suit filed at the Northern District Federal Court in Illinois, claiming that Boeing and the Federal Aviation Administration colluded to authorise an unsafe aircraft to be released to the market, writes Ouko Okusah for Daily Nation.
CEO Tewolde GebreMariam at the scene of the crash (file photo).
Boeing May Have Sold Unsafe Plane to Ethiopian Airlines - Victims Lawyers
Nation, 7 August 2019
Boeing may have conspired with American regulator Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to sell an unairworthy plane to Ethiopian Airlines. Read more »
City Man Who Lost Wife, Children in Ethiopian Plane Crash to Testify in U.S.
Nairobi News, 17 July 2019
A man who lost his wife, three children and his mother-in-law in the ET302 Ethiopian Airline crash in March this year will today testify before the congress in the US. Read more »
Ethiopian Airlines - We'll Be Last Airline to Fly 737 Max After Recertification
Daily Trust, 13 June 2019
Ahead of the recertification of the Boeing 737 Max Aircraft grounded globally following the plane's involvement in two fatal crashes killing over 500 people, the Ethiopian Airlines… Read more »
Iata - Boeing 737 Max Accidents Eroded Confidence in Air Transport
This Day, 3 June 2019
The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has decried the tragic accidents of Lion Air Flight JT 610 on October, 2018 and Ethiopian Airlines Flight 310 on March 10, 2019,… Read more »
A preliminary report on the Boeing 737 Max crash that killed 157 people shows that pilot Yared Getachew and first officer Ahmednur Mohamednur followed the Boeing recommended and ... Read more »
Carlos Velásquez, a U.S. attorney specialising in aviation law, wrongful death and personal injury, and who is leading a corsortium of attorneys to assist families to sue ... Read more »
The national carrier is planning to order up to 10 of the planes worth an estimated U.S.$1.2 billion. The Boeing 737-800 Max has been credited for its uel efficiency and ... Read more »
A report in the New York Times has indicated that the downed Ethiopian and Indonesian 737 MAX jets may have lacked "two notable safet Read more »
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