"When two brand-new plane of the same model crashes with only a few months apart, it seems wise to use the precautionary principle and take the plan of operation."
"that is Why it is surprising that not all companies made it."
"An accident, would be costly both for the airlines as a Boeing."
"Yet know at what caused the crash of the Ethiopian Airlines plane on its way to Nairobi. We do not know for sure what was behind the Lion Air crash with the same plane model in Indonesia four months ago. New information may come forward that shows that the accidents do not have anything in common at all. Among other things, there is witness testimony that the fire struck out from one side of the ethiopian plane before they crashed."
"But there are disturbing similarities at least so it initially gives rise to a suspicion that there may have been similar to the error that caused the both of these crashes."
"Both the plan ran into trouble almost immediately from the start. In both cases, requested the pilots within minutes to get back to the airport but didn't have time until the plan crashed. Lion Air's flight 610 in the sea, and the ethiopian plane in a field six miles from the airport in Addis Ababa. It took twelve and six minutes from the start to disaster."
"In both cases, it seems that the plan alternately risen and fallen in a jerky manner with a varying speed. In none of the cases seem to weather have been a factor."
"Of the pilots' conversation on board the Lion Air plane, which was on the black box, drag the investigators concluded that the information from a sensor forced down the plane's nose during the climb, and the pilots tried to lift it, without success."
"After the accident went to the Boeing out with the information that the plane's sensors, under certain circumstances, can give the wrong information to the autopilot, but that there are ways for pilots to deal with it."
"the American pilots replied indignantly that the information they received does not cover the vastness of the changes that Boeing made on the flygplansmodellen."
"Already there, it seems that either Boeing or the airlines failed."
"It might be that the automatic system that constantly manages a portion of the flight has become so advanced that pilots have difficulty to master them. When a new flygmodell introduced is the manufacturer's responsibility to make sure that it is safe and without serious deficiencies."
"the Boeing 737 is the world's most common flygmodell in the commercial passenger traffic. It is therefore a very well proven plan. But when Boeing would develop a new version was the requirement of lower fuel consumption a key factor that forced several changes of the engine and the location of the same which changed the planet's balance."
"At present, there are over 300 Boeing 737 Max 8 of the traffic. But it is the fastest selling flygplansmodellen and within a few years will 5 000 plan to be in operation."
"it Could be anything serious design flaws on the plane or trouble to manage it, it is, in other words, a jättebekymmer for Boeing and airlines, and a major security risk for the passengers. Therefore, it is of the utmost importance to haverikommissionerna can quickly get to what caused the both of these crashes, and if there is some common denominator. Unfortunately, this type of work is often a long time even if ET302's black box now found."
"Because flygplansmodellen been in operation since 2017 and up to now, been used daily so it is obvious that it is a problem that arises very often. Would more planes have crashed."
"Both of these crashes have occurred in the Third world. Indonesia has long had problems with its safety. Ethiopian Airlines had their last crash of 2010 but is regarded as one of Africa's safest companies with regular traffic, including to and from Sweden. In addition, it describes the pilot who flew it last its normal flight level as highly competent with long experience."
"Several flyganalytiker have indicated that it may be about educational problems. Because the new model behaves differently, the pilots undergo additional training. The suspicion is that airlines in the poorer part of the world have not been as careful with this extra training that western airlines. At this stage, however, this is no more than a speculation."
"For confidence in the safety of aviation in general, and Boeing's new aircraft model in particular, it is necessary that the question marks are straightened out. The faster, the better."