El-Al CEO announces investigative committee to look in to 'horror flight'

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November 19, 2018 18:58
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El-Al CEO Gonen Usishkin announced that the company would put together an 'investigative committee' to research the flight that had taken off abruptly on Friday, despite religious passengers being permitted to leave the delayed flight.

"I decided to put together an investigative committee that would research all of the events that occurred on flight 002 and all of the witness accounts and arguments," Usishkin stated. "The committee will present its results and recommendations soon and afterwards, I will make decisions on the topic."

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