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Ethiopian Airlines (Ethiopian) has proceeded with its trips to different goals worldwide as normal and according to the plan regardless of Sunday's mishap, said Group CEO of Ethiopian, Tewolde Gebremariam. 


The CEO the previous evening visited the Addis Ababa Bole universal air terminal, Africa's greatest center point, and saw the smooth activities. 


Addressing columnists after the visit, Tewolde said the Addis Ababa Bole universal air terminal is as occupied as continually, offering its clients standard help, according to flight plan and with no distinctions in various flights. 


"Today alone, Ethiopian has directed 300 trips as usual. There are likewise 30 booked trips during the current night," he stated, including travelers' certainty the carriers stayed high in spite of the mishap last Sunday. 


No flights were dropped or deferred after the mishap, Tewolde included. 


According to the proposal of Boeing, the pilots were offered to prepare by utilizing a pilot test program, he stated, including examination of the reason for the mishap could take a more drawn out time. In any case, "we are as of now assembling data and proof about the mishap," he said 


He said the Ethiopian Airlines and Boeing will give the fundamental help to the examination group. 


Ethiopian mishap examination group, alongside important partners and the US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), has started examination at the accident site to inspect the reason for the mishap. 


Ethiopian Airlines had just chosen to ground the B-737-8 MAX armada powerful March 10, 2019, until further notification, he stated, including different carriers additionally followed Ethiopian's move because of wellbeing concern. 


Various carriers, including the UK, France, Germany, Australia, Malaysia, Singapore, and China restricted the Boeing 737 MAX from working after an Ethiopian Airlines Boeing Max 8 slammed on Sunday, the subsequent mishap including that model in under five months.

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