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Boeing says it encouraged the FAA to temporarily ban its 737 Max planes (BA)

Business Insider Wednesday, 13 March 2019 ()
Boeing says it encouraged the FAA to temporarily ban its 737 Max planes (BA)**

· *Boeing recommended that the Federal Aviation Administration temporarily ban its 737 Max aircraft "out of an abundance of caution," though the aerospace manufacturer says it is still confident in the aircraft's safety.*
· *President Donald Trump said on Wednesday that he is issuing an order to ground all Boeing 737 Max...
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