This is what happened moments before Ethiopian flight E302/10 CRASHED and killed 157 people of board only 6 minutes after takeoff

Monday March 11, 2019-As Kenyans are still reeling from the unfortunate news of Ethiopian Airlines flight ET302/10 that crashed near Bishoftu town, Ethiopia, en route to Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (JKIA); details have emerged regarding what might have transpired to the ill fated plane. 

Before the Boeing 737 airplane took off from Bole International Airport in Addis Ababa, it had arrived from Johannesburg, South Africa.

According to Ethiopian authorities, the pilot had not made any remarks or concerns about the aircraft upon landing.

But two minutes after takeoff from Ethiopia, the plane's momentum was unstable.

The instability persisted for the next three minutes and the plane maintained an average altitude of 7,500 feet, with a speed of 600 knots (about 1,100km/h) before the tracking site lost its position. 

It was at this moment that the pilot requested to return back to the airport but he could not make it to the airport as he crashed before he could make a move.


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