Ethiopian Airways says an investigations into Sunday’s fatal crash are still ongoing.
The airline has pledged to cover transport and accommodation costs for all family members of the crash victims coming from abroad, as well as the cost of transporting the bodies to their home countries.
Since Monday, senior officials of the airline have been meeting Ethiopian families who lost loved ones.
A total of 157 people died in the crash. Among the victims were 32 Kenyans, 18 Canadians, nine Ethiopians and seven Britons, according to a passenger list published by Ethiopian officials. The UK Foreign Office said two of the victims travelling on non-British passports were Britons with dual-nationality.
The UK has joined Singapore, China, Malaysia and Australia in banning the Boeing 737 Max from operating in or over its airspace, calling it a “precautionary measure”.
However, US officials say the aircraft are still safe to fly.