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Martket Watch reported "U.S. Grounds Boeing 737 MAX Fleet" on Thursday

[] The FAA is grounding the entire Boeing 737 MAX fleet, a day after the agency said the planes were safe to fly. The U.S. ban comes as more nations suspended flights of the jets following the fatal Ethiopian Airlines crash. WSJ's Robert Wall explains the FAA's reversal. Photo: Getty

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Trump Grounds All Boeing 737 MAX 8 Planes, FAA Cites New Evidence It became clear the track was very close and behaved similarly to the Lion Air flight, noted Elwell And yet, because of the lust for profit in the American aviation, we're still flying planes that dozens of other countries and airlines have now said need to be grounded The 737 MAX 9 is one of four variants of the new MAX series

U.S. Grounds Boeing 737 MAX Fleet

U.S. Grounds Boeing 737 MAX Fleet

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