Families of Ethiopia airlines crash victims continue awaiting compensation

American based civil aviation regulatory body the Federal Aviation Administration – FAA- has announced the return of Boeing 737 Max to commercial service after 20 months of being grounded over safety concerns following 2 fatal crashes in a span of 5 months that claimed the lives of 364 people on board. Families of the victims of the Ethiopian Airline ET-302 crash are mooting plans to be enjoined in a court case by an American based advocacy firm - Flyers Rights to challenge this decision. Maryanne Nyambura spoke to Karanja Quindos, a man who lost 5 family members in the crash on the compensation process and the looming legal battle.
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