Boeing 737 Max resumes operation after crashes killing 346 people within five months

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The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has given the green light to Boeing 737 Max to resume their operations after the planes were grounded in March 2019 following the two crashes within five months that left 346 people dead. Both crashes were as a result of technical reasons which caused the planes to nosedive shortly after take off.

One plane crashed inti the sea near indonesia, with 190 people on board while the other was a plane which was coming from Addis Ababa to Nairobi Kenya. 157 people died, 32 were Kenyans.

However this will not result to immediate resumption in air, it will give room for the flights in FAA's jurisdiction to take the necessary steps to start their services and Boeing will begin making delivery.

The Boeing company's Chief Executive Officer, says that they have learnt their lessons, they have reshaped the company and focused on safety, quality and integrity.

A family in Kenya that lost 5 of its members says that since the incident they have never been the same. They are ready to go to court for compensation.

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