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After China and Indonesia yesterday , time has now come for Singapore, Australia, Mongolia,South Korea, Oman, Malaysia, United Kingdom(among others) to ban the Boeing 737 Max to fly to/from, transit or use their airspace, decisions following the tragic accident of Flight ET 302 of Ethiopian Airlines six minutes after take off from Bole International Airport in addis Ababa, Ethiopia taking away 157 lives on March 10th.

Two days from the tragic events ,several airlines using the problematic Boeing 737 Max took preventive decisions to ground those aircraft from their operations while waiting for the final report clearing out the cause of the two similar crashes of Ethiopian and Indonesian Lion Air in just 6 months from each other.

One of the B737 Max of Ethiopian Airlines.Photo:Elevationair

A list of airlines(among others) that have grounded their Max versions so far:

  • 9 Air (3)
  • Aerolineas Argentina (5)
  • Aeromexico (6)
  • Air Changan (1)
  • Air China (16)
  • Cayman Airways (2)
  • China Eastern Airlines (3)
  • China Southern Airlines (24)
  • Comair (1)
  • EastarJet (2)
  • Enter Air (2)
  • Ethiopian Airlines (4)
  • Fuzhou Airlines (2)
  • Garuda Indonesia (1)
  • Gol Transportes Aereos (7)
  • Hainan Airlines (11)
  • Jet Airways (8)
  • Kunming Airlines (2)
  • Lion Air (10)
  • Lucky Air (3)
  • MIAT Mongolian Airlines (1)
  • Okay Airways (2)
  • Royal Air Maroc (2)
  • Shandong Airlines (7)
  • Shanghai Airlines (11)
  • Shenzhen Airlines (5)
  • Silk Air (6)
  • Xiamen Air (10)
A Boeing 737 Max 8:Photo:Boeing

The American Federal Aviation Administration(FAA) issued yesterday a Continued Airworthiness Notification to the International Community that can be found under the link below:

Cover Photo by Boeing

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