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Boeing grounds entire 737 MAX fleet

Deutsche Welle Thursday, 14 March 2019 ()
All of Boeing's best-selling planes have now been grounded globally since the crash of an Ethiopian Airlines flight. Earlier, US President Donald Trump announced an emergency order to ban the airliners.
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The move comes after Donald Trump ordered the jets to be barred from US airspace after other countries issued similar bans.

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