Canadian regulators—citing satellite tracking data that suggest the flight profile of the Ethiopian Airlines 737 MAX that crashed March 10 is similar to that of last October’s Lion Air MAX 8 accident—has banned all MAX operations in Canada until further notice. The move, announced at 11:45 a.m. Canadian eastern daylight time March 13 and done via a safety notice, is based on data received overnight and reviewed “this morning” by Canadian aviation ...

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