The crash of an Ethiopian Airlines Boeing 737 MAX 8 near Addis Ababa March 10 has triggered voluntary groundings of in-service MAX-family aircraft even as investigators only begin their work, as concerns over possible links to last October 2018’s Lion Air MAX 8 crash mount, despite evidence of any clear links between the two crashes.  Ethiopian flight ET302 went down at about 08:44 local time, six min. into a scheduled flight to Nairobi. Its crew radioed that it was having an ...

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