Boeing 737 MAX groundings started less than 24 hours after Ethiopian Airlines flight ET302, a three-month-old 737 MAX 8, crashed six min. after takeoff from Addis Ababa in clear weather March 10. As more countries and airlines have begun to ground their MAX fleets in the aftermath of the crash, Boeing on March 12 said it will deploy a 737 MAX software “enhancement” across the fleet in the coming weeks incorporating feedback “received from our ...

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