Preliminary report says crew ‘performed all procedures repeatedly’
Ethiopian transport minister Dagmawit Moges addresses a news conference on the preliminary report to the Ethiopian Airlines ET 302 plane crash in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia April 4, 2019
Ethiopian transport minister Dagmawit Moges addresses a news conference on the preliminary report to the Ethiopian Airlines ET 302 plane crash in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia April 4, 2019Tiksa Negeri/REUTERS
The preliminary report finds that the Ethiopian Airlines crew “performed all procedures repeatedly provided by the manufacturer but were unable to control the aircraft,” according to Ethiopian safety investigators in the capital Addis Ababa.
Ethiopian crew ‘followed all expected procedures without regaining control of aircraft’ says source
The preliminary report into the Ethiopian Airlines crash has determined that “the crew followed all expected procedures without managing to take back control of the aircraft,” according to a Western diplomatic source briefed on the investigation.
The report is expected to say that the aircraft had normal certification and the crew was certified for flying this aircraft and had the necessary training.
The recommendations will include that the manufacturer should review the anti-stall system and that the certifying authority ensures that this issue has been dealt with before authorizing any further flights of this aircraft, the source added.
Ethiopian Airlines crash report being released
The first report of the Boeing 737 Max 8 aircraft was revealed by Ethiopian Airlines.
The test was made by the Minister of Transport, Dr Dagmominthew Maungessa, in a joint investigation by the Ethiopian Airplane Investigation Bureau and the aircraft manufacturer and designer of the aircraft.
1 / The aircraft has a certificate of safety
2) The pilots have the capability to operate the flight
3 / As the aircraft was flying to the right of a flight to catch its flight
- The pilots managed to control the airplane after the aircraft was ordered to control the aircraft, but they were unable to control the aircraft.
- Frequent and inadequate control of the aircraft The problem with the front end of the airplane is that the pilot has to check the flight control system again so that the aircraft can control flight time.
- It recommends that aviation authorities before it to return to AirAsia should ensure that adequate control of the flight control system will be sufficiently avoided.