Wednesday, October 9, 2019
A 767 Ethiopian Airlines.
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In March, a Boeing 737-Max of the Ethiopian Airlines crashes. More than 150 people die. Now a 767-300 must land the Ethiopian airline.
Due to engine problems, an Ethiopian Boeing 767-300 was reversed shortly after take-off in West Africa and landed at the airport of the Senegalese capital Dakar. The airline Ethiopian Airlines confirmed a corresponding incident. on flight ET 908, ignoring the circumstances of the incident. "We apologize to our valued customers who were on board for the inconvenience," the airline said. All passengers would be transferred to alternative flights. The aircraft manufacturer Boeing announced on demand just to be aware of the situation and the airline is currently supporting.According to the information of the air accident office JACDEC there had been a technical problem on one of the two engines and a fire in the twin-engine jet after take-off. About ten minutes later, however, the plane landed safely at the airport, where the fire had been quickly extinguished. The machine was according to the airline on a scheduled flight from Senegal on Mali's capital Bamako in the Ethiopian capital Addis Ababa.