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Report on the crashed aircraft this week

A preliminary accident report after a deadly plane crash in Ethiopia 10. march expected to be published this week. It says a spokesman for the country's tran

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Report on the crashed aircraft this week

A preliminary accident report after a deadly plane crash in Ethiopia 10. march expected to be published this week.

It says a spokesman for the country's transport ministry, according to news agency AP.

Spokesman Mussie Yiheyis tells that it will be a high-ranking official from the Ethiopian government, which will present the preliminary results.

Ethiopia has received assistance from the UNITED states and France for the investigation of the accident, which claimed the lives of all 157 on board life.

the Aircraft of type Boeing 737 MAX 8, which belonged to Ethiopian Airlines, crashed the 10. march, shortly after it was relieved from the Ethiopian capital, Addis Ababa.

Photo: Michael Tewelde/AFP/Ritzau Scanpix

It was the second fatal accident with the type of aircraft within six months.

The 29. October last year crashed into a Boeing 737 MAX 8 down in Indonesia. Here were killed 189 people. Also the crash happened shortly after departure. Here, it was a flight from the indonesian carrier Lion Air, which crashed into the sea.

Since there has been a focus on a particular software in Boeing's MAX aircraft, and introduced a ban for the type of aircraft in many countries around the world.

In the last week, the newspaper the Financial Times reported that the Boeing in the future will provide the all new 737 MAX aircraft with a new warning light as standard equipment.

in Addition to the warning lamp fitted in all existing aircraft.

- warning lamps will alert the pilots, in the event that two important sensors do not match, wrote the Financial Times with reference to a source close to Boeing.

The new software is intended to prevent the plane rears and lose load-carrying capacity by increase abruptly up.

A preliminary report in the wake of the accident in march, shows that a sensor in the aircraft failed, but continued to send data to the system, which thus forced the nose of the aircraft down.

The New York Times wrote Monday that the pilots from five airlines have tested the updated software in the Boeing simulator. The u.s. aircraft manufacturer must also have conducted several flight tests with the new software.

the software Update must first be approved by the u.s. aviation in the FAA before the aircraft must come on the wings again.

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