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ET flight 302 crash: Preliminary report wants Boeing to review control system, says crew qualified to conduct flight

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Parts of an engine and the landing gear of crashed Ethiopian Airlines ET302. Jemal Countess/Getty Images

Preliminary investigation report into the crashed Ethiopian airlines Boeing 737 MAX 8 has recommended that Boeing review its automated control system.

The accident report read this morning by the Ethiopian Minister of Transport,Dagmawit Moges shown that the aircraft had a certificate of airworthiness, the crew obtained the license and qualifications to conduct the flight, the take off of the aircraft was normal and the crew performed all the procedures repeatedly provided by the aircraft manufacturer but was not able to control the aircraft.

According to Moges, the preliminary investigation report of crashed Ethiopian airlines Flight 302 in Addis Ababa, Ethiopian last month were 157 persons died, had two safety recommendations that since repeated aircraft nose-dive condition are noticed in the investigation, the aircraft control system relating to the flight controllability should be reviewed by the manufacturer and that aviation authorities should verify that the review of the aircraft flight control system relating to the flight controllability are adequately addressed by the manufacturer before the release of the aircraft to operations.

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