Ethiopian has “more confidence” in the U.S. manufacturer following its expressions of contrition and admission that it made a mistake in its handling of new systems introduced on the Max, Tewolde said Tuesday at the Paris Air Show. “They are more transparent and they are on the right track, doing the right things,” Tewolde said in an interview. The executive had “wanted to share his condolences for the victims’ families and also for the airline. Going SlowStill, Ethiopian Airlines could be the last operator to return Max to service, reflecting the deep impact of the tragedy -- in which 157 people died -- on the airline and the wider community, Tewolde said. “It is better if they work together, and they are trying to work together,” the CEO said.
Source: Ethiopian News June 18, 2019 18:11 UTC