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U.S. Says Boeing 737 MAX 8 Is Ok To Fly, Investigating Crashes

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U.S. Says Boeing 737 MAX 8 Is Ok To Fly, Investigating Crashes

U.S. Says Boeing 737 MAX 8 Is Ok To Fly, Investigating Crashes

Reuters reports the United States will tell international carriers on Monday that the Federal Aviation Administration believes the Boeing 737 MAX 8 is "airworthy." The agency is looking into two fatal crashes that occurred with the new model of aircraft since October.

It said it will “take immediate action” if regulators discover any safety issue.

An Ethiopian Airlines MAX 8 crashed minutes after take-off on Sunday, killing all 157 passengers.

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