Families of Ethiopian Crash Victims Urged to Accept Compensation

Aircraft manufacturer Boeing has reportedly told families who lost loved ones in the Ethiopian Airlines crash in March 2019, that applications for compensation should be made before 2020 and that each family will be entitled to U.S.$144,500. The money comes from a U.S.$50 million financial assistance fund, which Boeing announced in July 2019, according to reports.

The team of six lawyers who said they will file a case in the United States to sue aircraft manufacturer Boeing and Ethiopian Airlines on behalf of Kenyans who died in the ill-fated flight in March (file photo).


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