Ethiopian Airlines says its pilots went through all the extra training required by Boeing and the U.S. aviation regulator to fly the 7-37 Max 8 jet that crashed this month, killing all 157 passengers.
CEO Tewolde Gebremariam said Thursday that the airline’s pilots completed the training meant to help them shift from an older model to the newer 7-37 Max 8.
As investigators look into the crashes, attention has turned to a new software in the jets that can push their nose down in some circumstances.
On the markets on Thursday,
Increases in nine of 11 sectors pushed the TSX 77 points higher to end a two day losing streak.
Oil prices slipped 25 cents to $59.98 U.S. a barrel.
The Canadian dollar faded, down 33/100ths of a cent to $0.7483 U.S. while gold added $5.60 to $1,307.