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EU Grounds Boeing 737 MAX After Crash In Ethiopia

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According to Reuters, the European Union suspended all flights for the Boeing 737 MAX. The EU's aviation safety regulator made the decision after a fatal plane crash in Ethiopia involving the Boeing aircraft. Britain, Germany and France also joined in a wave of flight suspensions for the 737 MAX aircraft following the latest crash. Five months ago, another Boeing 737 MAX crashed near Indonesia under similar circumstances. But what caused the two fatal crashes is still unknown.

Added on the 12/03/2019 16:58:14 - Copyright : Wochit

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