Ethiopian Airlines crash: France starts investigation into Boeing 737 MAX black boxes, company halts deliveries of aircraft
Friday, 15 March 2019 () The MAX has been grounded worldwide following the disaster - the second involving the model in five months - and the fallout has left the company, regulators and airlines scrambling to respond.
In what could be seen as a snub to the US, Ethiopia sent the black boxes from the crashed Ethiopian Airlines plane to France.
An official from BEA, the French air accident authority, said the flight data recorder and the cockpit vote recorder had arrived in France for analysis.
According to a report by Reuters, on Thursday, Indonesian investigators described the panic of pilots grappling with airspeed and altitude problems in the last moments of their doomed Lion Air flight,..
According to Business Insider, "EU and Canadian regulators plan to conduct their own reviews of Boeing's planned safety update to its 737 Max jets. The software updates come after two deadly crashes of..
· *Ethiopian transport minister Dagmawit Moge told reporters on Sunday that an evaluation of the black boxes from crashed Boeing 737 Max 8 jets in Ethiopian... Business Insider Also reported by •New Zealand Herald