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Boeing 737 MAX groundings

The European Union, Australia, India, Malaysia, Singapore, and Turkey ground all Boeing 737 MAX 8 jets. This means 40% of the global fleet is now grounded, with Indonesia, China and several airlines grounding their aircraft yesterday. Boeing states they will issue a software update for the model within weeks.

Civil aviation authorities say suspensions issued as they await more information on Ethiopian Airlines crash

  1. AFP
  2. BNO
  3. The Guardian
Australia and Singapore suspend Boeing 737 Max operations after crash

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  1. European Union, Australia, India, Malaysia, Singapore, and Turkey ground all Boeing 737 MAX 8 jets. This means 40% of the global fleet is now grounded, with Indonesia, China, and several airlines grounding their aircraft yesterday. Boeing states they will issue a software update for the model within weeks.
  2. The European Union, Australia, India, Malaysia, Singapore, and Turkey ground all Boeing 737 MAX 8 jets. This means 40% of the global fleet is now grounded, with Indonesia, China and several airlines grounding their aircraft yesterday. Boeing states they will issue a software update for the model within weeks.

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