"The thing continues to make greater commands because it's fighting against the pilot", Krause said.
Boeing Company's $600 billion-plus order book for its 737 Max began shaking after several big customers threatened to reconsider their purchases in the wake of the Ethiopian Airlines crash, the second deadly accident involving the plane since October, reported Bloomberg. "I would like to emphasize his record and that he was a rising star at Ethiopian Airlines". Others carriers say it's too early for them to say whether they will because they can not yet estimate lost revenue and extra costs.
Ethiopian Airlines says its pilots received special training on how to deal with the Max's anti-stall software.
As families wait for the results from the investigation into the cause of the crash, Ethiopian Airlines is planning to hold a service on Sunday in Addis Ababa, at the Kidist Selassie, or Holy Trinity Cathedral, where numerous country's past rulers are buried beneath its pink stone spires.
According to Boeing, the software being implemented includes updates to the Maneuvering Characteristics Augmentation System, the automated system created to keep the plane from stalling.
The Guardian Nigeria reported that although the initial insurance will be covered by Ethiopian Airlines' insurers, they may seek to recover these funds from the insurers of Boeing, only if they can prove the faulty nature if the planes.
The Indonesian investigation focuses on whether flight-control software embedded in the plane automatically pushed the nose down repeatedly, and whether the pilots knew how to fix the problem.
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"All airlines in the world should be well aware of the problem", Krause said.
"They called us to give us a report on bodies and the reasons for the crash but there was no information", Shariff said.
Boeing has $7.6 billion in cash, but new revenue could face a hit because the company suspended deliveries of the Max on Thursday.
The stock continued to struggle on Wednesday after the United States and Canada made a decision to join in the grounding of Boeing 737 Max jets. Because the Max is so new, it accounts for a small percentage of the global fleet of about 24,000 airliners.
Air Canada and United Airlines on Friday became the first major carriers in North America to warn of negative impacts on business due to the grounding of Boeing Co›s 737 MAX planes. "The next steps will take some time", he said. The Rev. George Kageche Mukua was one of 32 Kenyans killed when Ethiopian Airlines flight 302 faltered shortly after takeoff from Addis Ababa and crashed, a numbingly high toll on a flight carrying people from 35 countries.
Travel insurance companies expect a record number of claims from travellers whose flights scheduled on the Max planes have been cancelled.