A shocked aviation world had been awaiting results of an ongoing investigation of Boeing 737 MAX, which crashed in Ethiopia just minutes after take-off, and investigators in France had been examining the black boxes of the affected vehicle to find out any clue which could proffer similarities to an accident of same Boeing Co.’s 737 Fleet offshore of Indonesia last October.
Surprisingly, in both of the cases, pilots had asked for landing minutes after take-off. Addressing to a similarity between two fatal plane crashes of Boeing’s 737 MAX 8 series on Indonesia and Ethiopian, on Friday, the 15th of March 2019, the Chief Executive of Ethiopian Airlines, Tewolde Gebremariam said to the Chinese state news agency, Xinhua, “It looks like the Lion Air, because the flight only lasted for six minutes.
There is a clear similarity between our crash and the Lion Air crash”. Following the calamitous catastrophe of Boeing’s 737 MAX 8, regulators, all around the world, had grounded the 737 MAX. Besides, the US plane maker had also halted deliveries of thousands of aircraft carrier orders.
Never the less, the two fatal aircraft crashes, that seemed to be evenly balanced at this standpoint had evaporated billions of market cap of Boeing C0. and frightened Boeing travelers worldwide.