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Black boxes from crashed aircraft to be examined in the Europe

The black boxes from a plane crash on Sunday, with Ethiopian Airlines must be examined in Europe.

It was stated by a spokesman for the airline.

- We send it to Europe, says spokesman Asrat Begashaw.

however, It is not yet decided, which country must examine the boxes, says the spokesperson.

War & disasters - 10. mar. 2019 - at. 17:01 the Pilot of ulykkesfly reported problems and would return on the

on Monday it was stated that you had found both the so-called black boxes from the ethiopian Boeing aircraft, on Sunday crashed shortly after take-off with 157 people on board.

Even though the boxes are called black, they are in fact orange. The boxes containing the data and recordings of the sound in the cockpit. It can give an explanation as to why the plane crashed.

the Airline has indicated that it does not have the equipment to analyze the data from the black boxes. Therefore, they need to Europe.

the Spokesperson will also provide to the news agency Reuters that the pilot of the crashed plane reported problems with controlling the plane.

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the Pilot also asked for the law to be able to return to Addis Ababa. It has earlier been promoting, that the pilot was allowed to return. But shortly after crashed plane was of the type Boeing 737 MAX 8.

the Aircraft was also involved in an accident in October where a plane crashed in Indonesia. Here were killed 189 people. Therefore, it is being examined whether there is a link between the two accidents.

A large number of countries and airlines have chosen to ban the use of Boeing 737 MAX 8.

Community - 12. mar. 2019 - at. 18:33 of Boeing's ulykkesfly get banned in the whole of Europe

This applies, among other things, the european aviation authority, Easa, has issued the grounding of the aircraft type for 32 european countries.

The u.s. aviation authority, FAA, however, will not issue a no-fly zone. The FAA reported Tuesday that the 'review no shows systematic problems and does not provide a basis for ordering the planes suspended'.

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