Man whose family died in Ethiopian plane crash to brief Congress

Man whose family died in Ethiopian plane crash to brief Congress

A Canadian man who lost his wife, mother-in-law and three young children in the crash of a 737 Max in Ethiopia has said Boeing should scrap the plane and top executives should resign and face criminal charges. Paul Njoroge is due to testify before Congress in the US on Wednesday.

Timothy
Timothy
Kyle Brown
Kyle Brown 8 months

As someone who flies ~half the year for work, I agree. These failures were from my understanding a known problem with the Nav systems that weren’t communicated properly to other nations due to language barriers. Or arguably they were but weren’t taken seriously. Either way, why would Boeing release a plane that knew potentially would nose dive. From my understanding the pilot and/or co pilot’s could take the plane out of auto pilot and correct this but still wtf. Also let’s stop focusing on getting as many people on a plane as possible and focus a bit more on comfort and safety. Yes flying is statistically the safest way to travel but when there is a failure

R D
R D 8 months

Heyyy brudda can you show me da wae

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