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Airlines CEO: Boeing Should Ground 737 MAX 8 Jets

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Airlines CEO: Boeing Should Ground 737 MAX 8 Jets

Airlines CEO: Boeing Should Ground 737 MAX 8 Jets

Reuters reports Boeing Co should ground all of its 737 MAX 8 jets until it is established that they are safe to fly, the chief executive of Ethiopian Airlines told the BBC on Wednesday.

Ethiopian Airlines CEO Tewolde Gebremariam spoke in Ethiopia’s capital Addis Ababa following the crash of his airline’s 737 MAX 8 on Sunday, killing all 157 people onboard.

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