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Airlines fear long grounding of Boeing 737 MAX jets after Ethiopian crash

SBS Saturday, 16 March 2019
Investigators in France have examined the black boxes of the jet that crashed in Ethiopia as the global airline industry waits to see if the cause was similar to a disaster in Indonesia months before.
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News video: Ethiopia sends its plane's black boxes to Europe

Ethiopia sends its plane's black boxes to Europe 02:06

The black box from the Ethiopian Airlines plane that crashed on Sunday will be sent to Europe for analysis, an Ethiopian Airlines spokesman said on Wednesday. Anna Bevan reports.

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