Ethiopia Finds Flight Recorders From Doomed Boeing 737 Max

  • Safety concerns rise after model’s second crash in five months

  • Ethiopian Air grounds jets as China, Indonesia take action

By Nizar Manek, March 11 2019
(Bloomberg) --
Investigators located voice and data recordings of the Ethiopian Airlines Group plane that crashed on Sunday minutes after takeoff, handing safety officials a crucial tool they’ll use to assess growing concerns about the safety of Boeing Co.’s 737 Max jetliner.
Ethiopian Airlines announced the discovery on Monday, about 30 hours after the crash. As they piece together what happened, investigators will try to determine whether similarities with a Lion Air 737 Max that went down in October are significant or just coincidence.
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