“We will be the last one” to resume flights with Boeing 737MAX after it has been re-certified. said the Ethiopian Chief at IATA annual general meeting held in Seoul today.
Ethiopian chief executive Tewolde Gebremariam told reporters, that Ethiopian has been “only Boeing” carrier in the past, and would like to maintain that relationship. But the tragic crash of MAX “will have and its own impact” he said.
Gebremariam also said that he was frustrated by the way how FAA commented about the training of the pilots who was flying the plane that crashed. However, Airline had made clear its position on training and will not alter its current training programme. he said.
Ethiopian Airlines has four 737MAX grounded and another 25 on order.