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Ethiopian Airlines to resume Boeing 737 Max flights nearly three years after crash that left 157 dead
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Ethiopian Airlines announced Monday that it will resume Boeing 737 Max flights in February, nearly three years after a crash left 157 people dead.
"Safety is our top most priority at Ethiopian Airlines and it guides every decision we make and all actions we take," Ethiopian Airlines Group CEO Tewolde GebreMariam said Monday.
"We have taken enough time to monitor the design modification work and the more than 20 months of rigorous recertification process and we have ensured that our pilots, engineers, aircraft technicians, cabin crew are confident on the safety of the fleet."