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CanadaAirlines try to reassure flyers after crash

18:32  11 march  2019
18:32  11 march  2019 Source:   msn.com

Toronto woman Danielle Moore killed in Ethiopian Airlines crash, family says

Toronto woman Danielle Moore killed in Ethiopian Airlines crash, family says A Toronto woman was one of 18 Canadians killed on Sunday when an Ethiopian Airlines jet crashed shortly after take off, CBC Toronto has learned.

An Ethiopian Airlines flight crashed shortly after takeoff from Ethiopia's capital on Sunday morning, killing all 157 people thought to be on board, the airline and state broadcaster said, as anxious families rushed to airports in Addis Ababa and the destination, Nairobi.

Air traffic controllers communicated with the pilot to try to help him land safely, the Federal Aviation Administration said in a statement. On one Alaska Airlines flight from Portland, Ore., passengers were stuck on the tarmac after landing and informed by the pilot that there had been an issue with

MONTREAL - Canada's two largest airlines say they are confident in the safety of the Boeing 737 aircraft after a fatal crash on Sunday involving an Ethiopian Airlines flight.

The accident, which killed all 157 aboard the Boeing 737 Max 8, raised concerns over parallels to the crash of a Lion Air jet that plunged into the Java Sea last October, killing 189 people.

Airlines try to reassure flyers after crash © Provided by thecanadianpress.com Boeing 737 MAX 8 planes are parked near Boeing Co.'s 737 assembly facility in Renton, Wash. on Nov. 14, 2018. In the wake of the Ethiopian Airlines tragedy, Canada's two largest airlines say they are confident in the safety of the Boeing aircraft that makes up part of their fleets. The accident Sunday, which killed all 157 aboard the Boeing 737 Max 8, raised concerns over parallels to the crash of a Lion Air jet that plunged into the Java Sea last October, killing 189 people. THE CANADIAN PRESS/AP, Ted S. Warren

Air Canada says in an email its 24 Max 8 aircraft have performed "excellently" and met safety and reliability standards.

NewsAlert: N.B. man ID'd as crash victim

NewsAlert: N.B. man ID'd as crash victim Forestry groups have identified a New Brunswick man as one of the 18 Canadians who died Sunday when an Ethiopian Airlines plane crashed shortly after takeoff, killing all 157 aboard. The Kenya Forest Service and the Family Forest Nepal Facebook pages both wrote posts offering condolences to the family of Peter DeMarsh of International Family Forestry Alliance. The International Family Forestry Alliance did not immediately return a request for comment early Monday. The Kenya Forest Service post said DeMarsh was en route to Nairobi to attend a workshop on "access to international climate finance for small holder farmers.

In place of a conference call with airlines , Boeing will next week hold a series of regional meetings to answer Boeing scratched a planned Tuesday conference call with airlines to reassure them about the 29 crash of Lion Air flight JT610. A Boeing spokesman said it proved difficult to find a time that

Thousands of Russian and British tourists have already left, and several other European countries also suspended flights following the crash which killed all 224 people on board on “They will come to Egypt peacefully and leave peacefully and we will do all we can to protect and look after them.” –

In response to concerns raised by social media users, WestJet Airlines Ltd. tweeted Monday that it is not grounding any of its 13 Max 8s, and is "working with Boeing to ensure the continued safe operation of our Max fleet."

The Boeing jetliner is relatively new, entering into service at both airlines in 2017 and flying routes for Air Canada that include Vancouver to Montreal and Calgary to Vancouver.

Ethiopian Airlines as well as all Chinese airlines have grounded their Boeing 737 Max 8 planes indefinitely in the wake of the crash, which occurred after takeoff from Addis Ababa Bole International Airport.

New B.C. immigrant who died in Ethiopian Airlines crash remembered as good father, boss.
New B.C. immigrant who died in Ethiopian Airlines crash remembered as good father, boss

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