Air companies of Kazakhstan got directives following airplane crash in Ethiopia

Astana. March 11. KazTAG - The airlines of Kazakhstan have been filed a directive following an airplane crash in Ethiopia, reports the civil aviation committee of the Ministry of Industry and Infrastructural Development.
"Following the aviation accident with the aircraft of Ethiopian Airlines, the Ministry of Industry and Infrastructural Development, recommends the air companies of Kazakhstan which have the aircrafts in their fleet of the following types: Boeing-737 (CLASSIC, NG, Max), Boeing-757/767, to conduct trainings, develop procedures, and include the actions of staff in the training programs in case of loss of control in the event of unreliable speed indication – take off, climb, cruise," reads the message.
The directive has been sent to all the airline companies which have Boeing aircrafts in their fleet.

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