Ethiopian Airlines black boxes showed 'clear similarities' with Lion Air crash: ministry
Sunday, 17 March 2019 By Maggie Fick ADDIS ABABA (Reuters) - Analysis of the data from the black boxes of an Ethiopian Airlines plane that crashed killing all 157 people on board showed 'clear similarities' with October's Lion Air crash, a spokesman for the Ethiopian Transport Ministry said. Both planes were Boeing 737 MAX 8s, and both crashed minutes after take off after pilots reported flight control problems. Concern over the plane's safety caused aviation authorities worldwide to ground the model, wiping billions of dollars off Boeing's market value
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