Boeing 737 MAX Aircraft Grounded After Disturbing Crash In Ethiopia

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Published on March 13, 2019 - Duration: 00:33s

Boeing 737 MAX Aircraft Grounded After Disturbing Crash In Ethiopia

After a wave of other countries banned the use of Boeing 737 MAX aircrafts, the United States on Wednesday followed suit.

Reuters reports the move came after an Ethiopian Airlines plane of the same model crashed and killed everyone on board.

In a statement by the Federal Aviation Administration, FAA officials said the grounding will remain in effect pending further investigation.

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