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FAA Opens Investigation After Another Boeing 737 Max Crash

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FAA Opens Investigation After Another Boeing 737 Max Crash

FAA Opens Investigation After Another Boeing 737 Max Crash

According to Reuters, Federal Aviation Administration will open proceedings into two fatal plane crashes for Boeing's new commercial airliner the 737 Max.

Over the last five months, two 737 Max 8 aircraft have crashed, killing 346 people on board.

The latest crash happened in Ethiopia over the weekend, which led nations around the world to ground the aircraft.

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