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More airlines are grounding Boeing 737 Max 8 planes after Ethiopian Airlines crash. Boeing and the FAA have not.

USATODAY.com Tuesday, 12 March 2019
Boeing, however, has said it has no reason to pull the popular aircraft from the skies, and it does not intend to issue new recommendations about the aircraft to customers.
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Chinese regulators ordered all of the country's airlines to temporarily suspend all Boeing 737 MAX 8 aircraft operations Monday.

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