Canada Grounds Boeing's 737 MAX Aircraft, Citing Satellite Data

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Canada Grounds Boeing's 737 MAX Aircraft, Citing Satellite Data

According to a report by Reuters, on Wednesday, Canada became the latest country to ground Boeing's 737 MAX aircraft following an Ethiopian Airlines crash that claimed the lives of all 157 people on board, claiming that satellite data suggests similarities to a previous crash involving the same model aircraft.

The still unexplained crash followed another involving a Boeing 737 MAX in Indonesia five months ago that killed 189 people.

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