Boeing took risks, suspected technical errors that caused the Ukrainian aircraft to crash in Iran.
US aircraft manufacturer Boeing has been facing bad luck after aviation accidents occurring minutes after takeoff. 2 accidents with hundreds of casualties caused Boeing to “store” thousands of Boeing 737-MAX.
|Boeing again became ill-fated after a Ukrainian plane crash in Iran with the reason “technical error ‘.|
Recently, the Boeing 737-800 (“predecessor” of Boeing 737-MAX) has continued to crash when carrying 176 people from Iran to the Kiev capital of Ukraine. The aircraft bearing number 752 of Ukraine International Airlines caught fire after 3 minutes of taking off and crashed into the ground.
All 167 passengers and 9 crew members aboard were killed. According to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine, among those 176 ill-fated people, there were 82 citizens of Iran, 63 Canadians, 11 Ukrainians, 10 Swiss, 4 Afghans, 3 Germans and 3 British.
Iran and Ukraine have investigated the cause of the accident and initially determined the cause of the plane’s flames as “technical faults”. In this situation, information appeared that Ukrainian aircraft was hit by a rocket and caught fire before plunging into the outskirts of Tehran. However, Iranian authorities have confirmed the engine failure could cause a fire and cause the Boeing to lose control and then fall down.
This development has turned public opinion in favor of assuming the Boeing 737-800 was actually in trouble due to its own technical errors. However, in an unfortunate accident, “technical errors” seem very vague and need to be verified. The two aircraft black boxes are the most important evidence that can shed light on the cause as well as possibly blame or vindicate Boeing.
Two black boxes of aircraft have now been found by Iranian forces.
On January 8, Iranian Civil Aviation spokesman Ali Abedzadeh said rescue and rescue forces in the country found the second black box of a Boeing 737 plane in distress near the capital Tehran. . Abedzadeh confirmed that the country would not provide black boxes for the crashed aircraft to the US manufacturer Boeing.
The disclosure of black box information could help “justify” Boeing but could also close the charges against US manufacturers. In any case, Tehran seems to be making it difficult for Boeing.
It is unclear whether Iranian officials will either check the data from the black box or deliver it to Ukraine, but not sending it to Boeing could help Iran ensure the most objective decryption process to find the cause.
|Iran claims to have seen the aircraft black box but will not deliver it to Boeing.|
However, there is still good news for Boeing when the Ukrainian government also deleted the tweet saying the plane crash was the result of a technical error.
After that, the international airline Ukraine (UIA) has confirmed that the Boeing 737-800 was working well on the day of the accident, the crew are also good people and have rich flight experience. Prior to the accident, UIA did not receive any information about the risks and notification of reduced flight frequency in the area.
UIA technical director Oleksandr Shafiev confirmed that the aircraft passed the latest test on January 6 and ensured good performance for passenger transport.
This news has sparked speculation that there was something suspicious about the plane crash, amid Iranian military activities to attack some American targets in the region.
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Many major airlines have canceled Iranian flights or to Iran, as well as rerouted other flights to avoid the country’s airspace for safety. Ukraine and Iran are currently discussing the provision of two aircraft to repatriate the number of people killed in the flight back to Ukraine.
After being informed of the tragic accident, Russian President Vladimir Putin sent condolences to Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelensky and Iranian President Hassan Rouhani.
In the condolence message, Mr. Putin expressed his condolences to the relatives of the passengers and crew members died.