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Ethiopian CEO says the airline still 'believes in Boeing' after 737 Max crash (BA)

Business Insider Monday, 25 March 2019
Ethiopian CEO says the airline still 'believes in Boeing' after 737 Max crash (BA)· *Ethiopian Airlines is standing by Boeing after its fatal 737 Max crash earlier this month. *
· *The New York Times reported on Sunday that the company rushed production of the plane — now grounded around the world — to compete with Airbus. *
· *Ethiopian Airlines' CEO said its pilots had all the proper training for...
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Ethiopian CEO Still "Believes In" Boeing After Crash 00:56

After a fatal crash with a Boeing 737 Max 8 plane, Ethiopian Airlines' CEO is standing by the American company. Business Insider reports the CEO of the airline, Tewolde GebreMariam, published a statement Monday that said that the carrier's pilots had the proper training necessary for the aircraft and...

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