At the point when Ethiopian Airlines Flight 302 dove to earth Sunday, killing every one of the 149 travelers and eight group individuals, the commander, Yared Getachew, was on the way from his embraced home, Ethiopia, to his nation of birth, Kenya. Despite the fact that he was the most youthful commander at the aircraft, 29-year-old Yared had finished the course between the East African countries' capitals commonly. A veteran pilot with over 8,000 hours of flight time and over 10 years of experience, Yared is being recalled as a cultivated flyer as well as an "exceptional kid." Yared exceeded expectations in school and came back to Ethiopia for school, later turning into a pilot for the biggest carrier in Africa and finishing extra preparing in the United States. "I persuaded him to go to Ethiopia for instruction rather than South Africa. I brought him here. I have other youngsters, yet I figured he would convey change to Ethiopia," Getachew said. Experts have propelled an examination concerning the reason for the accident, and subtleties are rising about the last snapshots of the air ship, which tumbled to earth only six minutes after departure. Flight tracker data demonstrates the Boeing 737 MAX-8 stream's vertical speed was insecure, and Yared had radioed aviation authority to demand an arrival to Bole International Airport soon after taking off.