No bodies, only small remains recovered from Ethiopia Airlines crash site -spokesman

Former Commissioner of Police Christine Alalo who died in the Ethiopian Airlines plane crash

US carriers, sticking by the FAA guidance, have said they have no plans to ground flights.

Transport workers union President John Samuelsen blamed the "lust for profit in the American aviation" for the FAA's decision to keep flying the plane.

The National Transportation Safety Board, considered one of the world's foremost investigative aviation agencies, wanted its experts to analyze the black boxes, but Ethiopian authorities want another country to do it, fearing American analysts may be influenced by the fact Boeing is a major US company.

B'Chadrei Charedim reported that Yisroel Moseson and Shraga Yisrael were planning to fly to Addis Ababa on Saturday night, continuing on to Nairobi on Ethiopian Airline's Flight 302 on Sunday morning. "However, this investigation has just begun and to date we have not been provided data to draw any conclusions or take any actions".

Nevertheless, the United States held out against suspension and Boeing affirmed its "full confidence" in the model.

A number of other victims had been travelling to a United Nations Environment Assembly in Nairobi when their Ethiopian Airlines flight went down.

"Similar causes may have contributed to both events", European regulators said, referring to the Lion Air crash in Indonesia that killed 189 people a year ago. On Monday, the FAA released details of a series of design changes and training requirements mandated from Boeing on the MAX fleet after the Indonesia crash.

The agency said it was ordering the jets' grounding while investigators determine whether there was a shared cause of the two crashes.

Following the tragic crash, the Boeing Company said it's been developing a flight control software enhancement for the 737 MAX over the past several months. Most are caused by a unique chain of human and technical factors. People from 35 countries were reportedly on board the flight ET 302 when it ploughed into a field, 60-kilometer southeast of Addis Ababa.

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The president, who earlier set out his hopes for a "large scale" US-UK trade deal, added that "I'm not sure anybody knows" what was happening with Brexit .

Still, Boeing shares have fallen some 11 percent since the crash, losing $26.65 billion of market value. China, Indonesia, Singapore, New Zealand, Australia, Malaysia, India and others have temporarily suspended the plane.

Possibly presaging a raft of claims, Norwegian Air said it would seek recompense for lost revenue and extra costs after grounding its 737 MAX aircraft.

Trump also fretted over modern aircraft design. "But I just want you to know that both Hunter and I are so proud of you, for helping out the vulnerable and for pursuing your dreams". "I screamed to put me in but they didn't allow it", he wrote. It is tweaking the system created to prevent an aerodynamic stall if sensors detect that the plane's nose is pointed too high and its speed is too slow.

Boeing says it plans to update the software in coming weeks.

The plane has been involved in two deadly crashes in five months, including Sunday's Ethiopian Airlines disaster.

The victims came from more than 30 nations, and included almost two dozen U.N. staff.

Expressing his distress, Noordin Mohamed, a 27-year old Kenyan businessman stated that his family had no information about when they are likely to busy his brother and mother.

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