Ethiopian Crash: Germany rejects analysis of black box, France accepts

Ethiopian Crash: Germany rejects analysis of black box, France accepts

Ethiopian Crash: Germany rejects analysis of black box, France accepts

The airline in a statement on Thursday said it does not fly the Boeing 737 MAX-8 aircraft and "will not, and in fact can not, introduce any aircraft into its fleet that does not meet the most stringent global and domestic regulations".

Sunday's crash, in which 157 people from 35 countries were killed minutes after takeoff from Addis Ababa, was the second such calamity involving Boeing's 737 Max in less than six months.

The US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) announced airworthiness notifications for the Max 8 after crashes involving an Indonesian Lion Air plane in October a year ago and an Ethiopian Airlines plane on Sunday.

An Air Canada Boeing 737 MAX 8 from San Francisco approaches for landing at Toronto Pearson International Airport over a parked Air Canada Boeing 737 MAX 8 aircraft, March 13, 2019.

The aerospace giant held a conference call on Thursday with at least three carriers using the 737 MAX and gave them the fix, one source said, and the other airlines will get it early next week.

A spokesman for the Bureau of Enquiry and Analysis for Civil Aviation Safety (BEA) said they didn't know what condition the black boxes were.

Several U.S. airlines and Boeing stood behind the 737 MAX 8 and said they would continue to operate the planes, until Wednesday when President Trump announced the grounding of all Boeing 737 MAX 8 and MAX 9 aircraft.

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The accident followed that of Lion Air Flight 610, a plane of the same model, which crashed into the sea 13 minutes after taking off from Jakarta on October 29, 2018.

On Wednesday, both Canada and the United States. announced the aircraft would be temporarily grounded in North America, citing concerns stemming from a deadly plane crash in Ethiopia on Sunday that killed 157 people, including 18 Canadians.

But despite the global grounding of the Boeing Max 8's, Southwest pilots stand by the safety of the aircraft.

The cause of the Indonesian crash is still being investigated.

The nation issued the airworthiness directive after the FAA and EU Aviation Safety Agency issued similar directives, the CAA said. That includes cockpit displays, flight controls, navigation systems, weather radar, communications systems and collision avoidance systems, many of which work with or include auto-pilot systems, according to Collins Aerospace's website.

With airlines scrambling to re-book passengers on different planes, Niemczyk recommended travellers stay patient. This evidence helped convince USA regulators to ground the model.

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