Firm Retained to Represent Families in Kenya Air Flight 507 Crash
- The accident occurred when the Kenya Airlines pilot elected to take off in bad weather even as flight crews for other carriers chose to wait.
- The Boeing 737-800 aircraft carried 105 passengers and nine crew members and crashed just 5.5 kilometers from the airport.
Kreindler & Kreindler has been retained to represent families of victims of Kenya Airways flight 507, which crashed shortly after takeoff from Douala, Cameroon.
The crash occurred when the pilot, already delayed for an hour, elected to take off in bad weather. The flight took off even as flight crews for Cameroon Airlines and Royal Air Maroc chose to wait out the passing storm for a while longer.
The crash occurred minutes after takeoff on the aircraft’s planned flight path, a short 5.5 kilometers from the airport. The Boeing 737-800 aircraft carried 105 passengers and nine crew members.