China, Indonesia, Ethiopian Airlines and Cayman Airways have grounded the Boeing 737 MAX 8 until more is known about the March 10 Ethiopian fatal crash in Addis Ababa—the second fatal accident involving the aircraft type in less than five months. Ethiopian's decision to ground its four remaining MAX 8s came about 23 hr. after flight ET302, a three-month-old MAX 8, crashed six minutes after departing Bole International Airport early March 10 Addis Ababa time.  All 157 people ...

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