Sunday, March 10, 2019

Ethiopian's Boeing 737 MAX 8 crashed

An Ethiopian Boeing 737 MAX 8 crashed Sunday morning minutes after take-off from Addis Ababa killing all 149 people on board. This was the same type of aircraft owned by Indonesia's Lion Air that crashed last October after take-off.
Singapore Airlines used to own the Boeing 737-100/200 but has since got rid of them. However, SilkAir, SIA's subsidiary owns 6 737 MAX 8.
I used to be a cabin crew on the Boeing 737-100 and 737-200 but as you know none has given us this kind of problem.
All we can do now is to pray for the victims' loved ones so they can go through these tough times.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

The system is too complicated for some pilots hence the crash.

Anonymous said...

This crash is similar to the Lion Air fight that crashed at high speed into the sea at high speed shortly after air borne. It sounds like both aircraft had problems in climbing to a higher altitude. Apart from efficiency and prowess of the B737-Max 8, little else is known about its safety aspect and reliability.