After the second crash of a Boeing 737 Max 8 in less than five months, the US-aviation authority FAA imposed currently is not a start prohibition for machines of this type. They requested that the aircraft manufacturer but to Changes to machines of this type.
Necessary Changes to the Software and the control system used for, among other things, the FAA said on Monday. The authority ordered that all Boeing 737 MAX 8 must remain on the ground. "This investigation has just begun and no data are available to date to draw conclusions or to take action," said the FAA.
FAA supports investigation
On Sunday, a Boeing 737 Max 8 of Ethiopian Airlines crashed shortly after the Start in the Ethiopian capital, Addis Ababa, 157 people were killed. In October came the crash of a Boeing 737 Max 8 in the airline Lion Air in Indonesia, 189 people lost their lives.
The FAA said its own personnel and employees of the transportation security administration NTSB had been deployed to assist the Ethiopian authorities in the search for the cause of the crash. "All the data will be examined during the investigation carefully, and the FAA will take appropriate measures if the data indicate that this is necessary."
China, Indonesia, and Ethiopia's national carrier Ethiopian Airlines has on Monday, a start prohibition for all planes of the type 737 Max 8 of the US aerospace group Boeing. (sep/AFP/sda)
Created: 11.03.2019, 23:41 PM