The CEO of Ethiopian Airlines, Tewolde Gebremariam, said Sunday that a pilot of the crashed plane, Mohammed Nur Mohammed, had more than 200 flight hours and that the plane was “new and clean” and received its first maintenance check in early February. He also paid condolences to the passengers and crew who died.

In the cabin was also his co-pilot,Natasha Mohammed Alnur,who also perished in the plane around 8am Sunday morning.

Credit : BBC News

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