Britain’s aviation authority is banning BoeingÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s best-selling 737 MAX planes from UK airspace, becoming a member of a rising listing of nations and airways which have suspended operation of the jets after a second lethal crash in lower than six months. Investigators have been nonetheless making an attempt to find out the reason for Sunday’s Ethiopia Airways crash, which killed all 157 folks on board. Similarities between that crash and one other lethal crash in October in Indonesia, each of which concerned 737 MAX 8s, has sparked intense scrutiny on the Boeing airplane. Boeing says it has “full confidence within the security” of it 737 MAX jets and it’s not issuing any new steering. The US Federal Aviation Administration determined to not floor the Boeing 737 MAX 8.
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