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Ethiopian Airlines hesitant about using Boeing Max jets

Seattle Times Monday, 13 May 2019
The CEO of Ethiopian Airlines says his airline might never fly the Boeing 737 Max again after a deadly crash in March, and if it does, it will wait until other carriers use the plane first. Tewolde Gebremariam told NBC News that Ethiopian won’t use the plane unless the airline, its pilots and the traveling […]
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