DNA testing takes a long time, and ET302 family members do not have the ability to get their own body.
Ethiopian airlines' airplanes crashed. Picture: Reuters.
Ethiopian Airlines today announced that families of victims of the ET302 flight will be given the death certificate within two weeks, with initial reimbursement. However, the return of the body can last up to 6 months, as most are burned and separated, and DNA defaults are required for a long time, Reuters said in a statement.
Ethiopia is planning to lay a wreath at the capital, Addis Ababa, on March 17. Each family of "Ethiopian Airlines" will receive a kilo of symbolic burial place in the Church of the Celassi, "said relatives.
According to Abdulmajeed Sharif, a Kenyan citizen who died in an Australian accident, the family was in a memorial. "We are Muslims, we do not invent it, yesterday we prayed in the church, and that's enough," said the Sheriff.
The Ethiopian Investigative Group arrived in France to analyze the black box of the Boeing 737 MAX 8 to determine the cause of the accident. The plane crashed on March 10 from Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, and crashed just six minutes after the death of 157 people onboard.
The flight data showed a similarity between this incident and the Lion Air accident in Indonesia in October 2018. Boeing has recommended the US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to stop using the 737 MAX. The team plans to upgrade these aircraft for 7-10 days.