Why has the Boeing 737 Max 8 been grounded? All you need to know

More than 50 countries have grounded all Boeing 737 MAX 8 and 9 aircraft following two major aviation accidents over the past five months, including the Ethiopian Airlines crash which claimed 157 lives. The US was the latest to ground the aircraft amid burgeoning concerns over passenger safety.

Boeing has issued an advisory recommending a temporary global suspension of the entire 737 Max fleet. An analysis held in Paris of the black box of Ethiopian Airlines plane that crashed would provide insights into issues with the Boeing 737 Max 8’s. Read More

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