Reading of black boxes to take days
SEE ALSO :KQ moves to wrap up airport takeoverBoeing will be hoping for quick answers from the investigation. Satellite data has indicated similarities in the flight profile with another 737 MAX aircraft that plunged into the seas off Indonesia five months ago, prompting aviation authorities around the world to ground the MAX model. Boeing maintains its planes are safe, but the second calamity to hit the next-generation workhorse of the Boeing fleet has wiped nearly $26 billion (Sh2.6 trillion) off the company’s market value. Since the Indonesia crash, there has been much scrutiny on an automated anti-stall system in the MAX model that pushes the plane’s nose down. The two black boxes from the Boeing 737 MAX airplane that crashed in Ethiopia arrived on Thursday in Paris for analysis The data is critical to finding out what caused the brand new aircraft to plunge to the ground shortly after taking off from Addis Ababa on Sunday.
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