Boeing publish a statement on Ethiopian Airlines Flight 302 Investigation Preliminary Report

Boeing issued the following statement regarding the release today of the preliminary investigation report of Ethiopian Airlines Flight 302 by the Ethiopian Accident Investigation Bureau (AIB). “I’d like to reiterate our deepest sympathies are with the families and loved ones of those who lost their lives in the accident,” said Boeing Commercial Airplanes President and…

VIDEO This week, two Russian Tu-160 heavy strategic bombers escorted by MiG-31 were intercepted by a Danish F-16 fighter jet

A pair of Tu-160 strategic bombers made 13-hours flight over the Barents-, Norwegian- and North Seas. The bombers were escorted by MiG-31 fighter jet and the planes made aerial refueling, the Defense Ministry in Moscow informs. The flights happened on Wednesday and the Russian military planes were met by Danish and British fighter jets in…

BREAKING Ethiopian Transport Ministry releases preliminary report about Ethiopian Airlines #ET302 Boeing 737MAX crash

ET302 Crash Ethiopian authorities have released their initial findings into the plane crash which killed 157 The transport minister said the crew of the Boeing 737 Max 8 followed all correct procedures, but could not control the plane. During a press conference from a hotel in Addis Ababa, Ethiopian Transport Ministry released investigation preliminary report about…

INCIDENT easyJet A320 right engine suffered damage during pushback at Belfast International Airport

EasyJet confirmed that flight #U26755 from Belfast to Malaga has been delayed as a result of damage sustained from a pushback tug. All passengers disembarked normally. They have been provided with refreshment vouchers and support from our ground staff in Belfast Airport. A replacement crew will operate the flight to Malaga on a replacement aircraft…

BREAKING Crew of crashed Ethiopian Airlines Boeing 737MAX followed Boeing procedure to stop the MCAS system but it re-engaged

Crew of crashed Ethiopian Airlines Boeing 737MAX used the prescribed Stabilator Trim Cut-Out switches to stop the MCAS system but it re-engaged. The crew of Ethiopian Airlines Boeing 737MAX8 which crashed with 157 people on board, used the prescribed Stabilator Trim Cut-Out switches to stop MCAS system according to an article by Wall Street Journal. The…