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  • Ethiopian co-pilot hijacks plane to seek asylum
    Ethiopian co-pilot in custody after hijacking
    The co-pilot of an Ethiopian jetliner flying to Italy hijacked his own plane full of passengers and later diverted it to Geneva to seek asylum, Ethiopia’s head of communications said Monday during a press conference.Ethiopian Airlines Flight...
  • Plane hijacked by co-pilot
    Plane hijacked by co-pilot
    A plane was hijacked by the co-pilot early Monday morning reported CNN on February 17, 2014.Ethiopian Flight 702 had left Addis Abada in Ethiopia and was enroute to Rome when the co-pilot commandeered the plane.After waiting for the pilot to go to...
  • Co-pilot hijacks plane, surrenders to Swiss
    Co-pilot hijacks plane, surrenders to Swiss
    A co-pilot hijacked an Ethiopian Airlines plane and surrendered Monday to Swiss police requesting asylum. The co-pilot is in protective custody in Geneva.The co-pilot gained control of the cockpit when the pilot stepped away. The co-pilot, accord...
  • Boeing 787 Dreamliner catches fire in London
    Dreamliner catches fire in London Heathrow Airport
    A Boeing 787 Dreamliner, operated by Ethiopian Airlines, has caught fire in London's Heathrow Airport, on Friday, July 12th, closing the airport down for all arrivals and departures.Initial reports are scarce, but all so far as stating that...
  • Aerial view of Flight ET 409 relative to Beirut Rafic Hairiri International Airport (BEY)
    Ethiopia denies pilot error caused Flight 409 to crash
    False charges, speculation, rumors, and words continued to be hurled as ammunition in the batter for truth to determine why Ethiopian Airlines (ET) Flight 409, a Boeing 737-800, crashed into the Mediterranean Sea just minutes after takeoff from...
  • Debris from the wreckage of Ethiopian Airlines Flight 409 is strewn along a Lebanese beach, including a child's doll on January 25, 2010
    Lebanon blames pilots for ET Flight 409 crash
    Sources in Beirut, Lebanon confirmed by telephone on Monday, January 3, 2011, that the Lebanese Broadcasting Corporation (LBC), a cable and satellite television station, is planning to announce findings by the Lebanon Ministry of Public Works and...
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