It is not often that an entire aircraft will be banned from the skies all over the world.
Yet, is Boeing's ulykkesramte 737 Max 8 aircraft not alone. Historically, there have been a handful of models that have had to suffer the same or partially the same fate.
It tells The Independent.
According to the media, an airline, as a rule, the whole of all aircraft of the same type in their fleet, when there has been a crash or other serious problems.
It did Ethiopean Airlines after Sunday's accident with the Boeing 737 Max 8, where all passengers and crew members lost their lives. Because of a previous fatal crash with the same type of aircraft last year, the model is now been banned by almost all major nations.
The, which regulates the rules of flight safety, is not much to ban the whole model.
However, it happened with the Concorde.
the Jet had been produced in small numbers and were therefore less often in the air. Because of this there was not much data about the aircraft, since the aircraft in the form of Air France flight 4590 crashed on 25. in July 2000, shortly after the departure from Charles de Gaulle airport in Paris.
Four people died on the ground, while all 109 on board lost their lives.
the Man then found out that there was a producentfejl in the aircraft must, and could, therefore, small objects puncture the gas tank - a fatal error, which very expensive was fixed.
In 2013, the Boeing 787 'Dreamliner' grounded for three months, because it caught fire several times. Even though it never cost lives, it was too big a mistake to allow it to become in the air until it was fixed.
Dreamlineren is now popular among airlines.
the Model of the McDonnell Douglas DC-10 aircraft, however, with the worst reputation. Since it was first produced in the 1960s, and has been starring in a series of deadly crash (18 celebrity, red.) and been banned several time. It is still known to have many bugs in the engine, and there are no longer many of them in use in the West.
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the Boeing 737 Max 8 has been at a standstill in airports around the world, after it was banned by a number of nations. Photo: Ritzau Scanpix
British Airways grounded all of its Boeing 737 aircraft after a fatal crash in Manchester, England, in 1985, and as previously mentioned, it is customary among airlines.
It happens, that they can investigate what led to the crash.
it Is a human error, it may be, the company's pilots must be aware of it. Is it because of the way the company maintains the specific type of aircraft, they may change their methods, while, if it is a factory or design flaw, report it to the manufacturer.