FAA is pressing on with planned changes to Boeing 737 MAX aircraft stemming from the October 2 Lion Air Flight JT610 accident, but has not seen any evidence from Sunday’s Ethiopian Airlines’ MAX 8 crash to take additional steps, such as a fleet-wide grounding. Everyone onboard each aircraft was killed in the two crashes. "Following the accident of an Ethiopian Airlines Boeing Model 737-8 airplane on March 10, 2019, the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) as the ...

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