US Not Followed The Grounding Way to Boeing 737 MAX Jets After Deadly Crash Claiming “No Basis”

US Not Followed The Grounding Way to Boeing 737 MAX Jets After Deadly Crash Claiming “No Basis”

On the issue of rescinding of Boeing aircraft, the United States professed that there is no reason to suspend Boeing 737 MAX airplanes even after repeating a terrible crash with the involvement of the same model within less than five months of a previous crash which triggered governments to ban the aircraft worldwide.

Despite the assurances of the aviation giants, that the plane has the secure and authentic infrastructure, the European Union, India, and Britain agreed with China along with other countries proscribing the plane or banning it from their airspace transportation services and waiting to get the crash investigation report.

But the US completely declined to take the same action against the US aerospace giant’s best-selling workhorse aircraft.

The Chief of Federal Aviation Administration, Daniel Elwell told in a statement, “ Thus far, our review shows no systemic performance issues and provides no basis to order grounding the aircraft”.

The new Ethiopian Airlines 737 MAX 8 took off from Addis Ababa to Nairobi and crashed terribly within a few minutes, killing 157 people on the board.

Following the deadly crash of Lion Air jet of the same model in October in Indonesia, which snatches 189 lives after flying from Jakarta.

The massive opposing actions against the victim aircraft model pushed Boeing, the largest aircraft manufacturer of the world, to a crucial pressure.  To establish reliable and secure engineering of the MAX model aircraft, the company has decided to roll out flight software modification within April which could remark the issues of the incompatible sensor.

After investigations, the black box flight recorders have been recovered and it potentially represents the information about the actual happenings, based on the momentary condition.

India also joined with another country for banning the jet imposing further interim safety requirements for proscribing engineers and crew of the aircraft. New Zealand also followed the way of temporary banning of the victim aircraft model from its airspace. One of the biggest carriers of the world, Turkish airlines told it took the decision of suspending the use of 12 MAX aircraft from Wednesday until “ uncertainty ” was explained after the investigation.

The US President Donald Trump measured this deadly crash in an intense post in tweeter, “ Airplanes are becoming far too complex to fly.” He wrote citing to the proficient university, “ Pilot is no longer needed, but rather computer scientists from MIT”.

Later in the telephonic discussion between the US President and the Boeing CEO Dennis Muilenburg, he gets the assurance that the aircraft infrastructure is safe.

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