Distinguishing the remaining parts of the 157 individuals killed in an Ethiopian Airlines plane accident may take as long as a half year, the aircraft said in an archive on Saturday.
World news: Ethiopian Airlines Flight 302 plunged into a field minutes subsequent to taking off from Addis Ababa destined for Nairobi keep going Sunday, killing already. In a record dispersed by the aircraft to relatives who lost friends and family in the accident, Ethiopian Airlines spread out a timetable for the arrival of exploited people’s possessions and the dissemination of death declarations.
“DNA result will be declared around between 5 to a half year from the date the example is gathered,” perused the archive. Relatives of the unfortunate casualties could submit DNA tests in Addis Ababa or at Ethiopian Airline’s workplaces around the world, it included.
The Ethiopian plane’s voice and flight information recorders are in Paris, where French, Ethiopian and American examiners will attempt to figure out what turned out badly.