On the 10th of March, Ethiopian Flight ET302 operating with a brand-new Boeing (BA) 737 MAX 8 crashed shortly after departure, killing all people on board and marking the second fatal Boeing 737 MAX 8 crash. In the aftermath of the previous crash, a lot of misinformation was put out with maintenance logs of the crashed jet circulating that were not authentic, and plenty of investors deemed themselves air crash investigators without having the proper knowledge on aircraft and system design.
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