No Survivors in Ethiopian Airlines Boeing 737 Max 8 Plane that Crashed Rapidly After Takeoff


The Airlines CEO Relayed to Press Conference that the flight’s Captain reported “Difficulties” wanting to retreat to airport in Addis Ababa.

It’s very saddening news to announce 157 people dead including eight Americans, were in a plane crash that took off Sunday morning (March 10th, 2019). The origin of the Ethiopian Airlines was to the Kenyan capital of Nairobi with specifically 149 passengers and 8 crew members, and the plane went down shortly after takeoff.

The plane was departing from Addis Ababa and for the time being its said that there weren’t any instant answers as to why the crash of the Boeing 737 Max 8 aircraft. Information that is for certain as of now about the plane is that it was brand new and delivered to the airline in November 2018. A flight-tracking website ‘flightradar24’ relayed that the Boeing 737 Max 8 plane “had unstable vertical speed” after take-off.

According to Ethiopian Airlines C.E.O. Tewolde Gebremariam relayed to the Press during a conference that the aircraft had no known technical difficulties. The Airlines CEO also shared that the flights captain had an “excellent flying record” with an experience of over 8,000 hours of flying. The captain is said to have reported “difficulties” while operating the flight and shared that he wanted to return to the airport, according to Mr. Gebremariam.


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