Friday, 15 March 2019 () Suddenly, on Wednesday morning, the United States was standing alone against a disbelieving, distrusting world. One by one, every country on the planet had quickly grounded Boeing’s new huge 737 Max 8 airliner — after the new aircraft’s second tragic crash in five months, on Sunday in Ethiopia. Except President Donald Trump’s USA. Even worse, Trump’s Federal Aviation Administration had issued a statement on Monday certifying, once again, the “airworthiness” of the Boeing 737 Max 8. Keep that in mind. Because, simultaneously, news reports were warning the world that there were chilling similarities in the two tragedies: On Sunday, the Ethiopian Airlines’ Max 8’s nose suddenly pitched downward...
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World's biggest planemaker Boeing faces escalating pressure after Ethiopia pointed out similarities between its crash and one in Indonesia last year, focusing on the safety of software installed on the..