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Australia’s Civil Safety Authority suspends operation of Boeing 737 Max jets after Ethiopian crash

SBS Tuesday, 12 March 2019
Several airlines have grounded their Boeing 737 Max 8 jets following a second fatal crash in less than five months, putting pressure on plane maker Boeing..
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News video: Germany Joins Other Nations In Grounding Boeing 737 MAX 8 Following Deadly Crashes

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According to a report by Business Insider, Germany has joined the UK, China, and other countries around the world in grounding the Boeing 737 MAX 8 aircraft, which has now been involved in two deadly crashes in the past five months. On Tuesday, the Associated Press reported that Germany's transport...

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