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U.S. Joins Other Nations In Grounding 737 MAX Jets After Second Crash

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U.S. Joins Other Nations In Grounding 737 MAX Jets After Second Crash

U.S. Joins Other Nations In Grounding 737 MAX Jets After Second Crash

According to Reuters, the United States on Wednesday grounded Boeing Co’s 737 MAX jets, citing new satellite data and evidence from the scene of Sunday’s crash of an Ethiopian Airlines plane that killed 157 people.

It was the second time the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration has halted flights of a Boeing plane in six years.

The FAA said that “The agency made this decision as a result of the data gathering process and new evidence collected at the site and analyzed today."

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U.S. Joins Other Nations In Grounding 737 MAX Jets After Second Crash

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