The black box(Cockpit voice recorder) from the doomed Ethiopian Airlines that could solve the mystery of the crash has arrived in Paris for investigation today.
The contents of the flight data recorder and cockpit voice recorder are expected to provide critical details about what caused the disaster that left 157 dead on Sunday.
Two men carry suitcases containing the flight recorders from the Ethiopian jet into the French air accident investigation authority this afternoon.
The French agency insists that its investigations are not aimed at assigning blame but at finding out what went wrong to make recommendations to improve air safety around the world.
More than 40 countries, including US, have grounded Boeing’s 737 Max 8 or refused to let them into airspace.
The ‘brand new’ Boeing 737 MAX 8 took off from Bole International Airport and reached an altitude of 8,600ft before coming crashing down 37 miles from Addis Ababa.
Pictures have emerged showing the scale of the crash site from above.
Diggers have been excavating the site in a bid to locate bodies.
Grieving friends and family members broke down in tears while some had to be held back as they gathered at the crash site 40 miles from Addis Ababa.
Getachew, 29, had been described by the airline as an experienced aviator with more than 8,000 flight hours.