The transport minister of Canada told Monday he won’t take factors forming based action on dozens of Boeing 737 MAX 8 jetliners operated by three Canadian carriers until an investigation into a terrible crash gives him reasons.
Safety confusion over the best selling model of Boeing operated several carriers to ground the aircraft after a recent jet collapsed in Ethiopia, consequencing 157 people dead on board, including 18 Canadians.
Sunwing, Westjet and Air Canada operate 41 of the jetliners in this country. Transport Minister Marc Garneau told, “I think it would be premature (to ground them) ”, marking that the aircraft model has flow “millions of hours”.He also told, “ The first thing to do is determine the cause of the accident”.
The minister admitted that the same model of aircraft, steered by the Lion Air, had collapsed in the last October, killing 189. But he also told, Canadian pilots who fly the aircraft have all been trained under advanced technology on what to decide promptly, “ if ever there was a problem, such as in the case of Lion Air, which involved a sensor.”
Among the dead Canadian in the Ethiopia crash were a family of six members belonged from the Toronto area, a professor of Ottawa University, an official UN refugee agency, and also a young Winnipeg activist led to an environmental conference.