Boeing 737 Max Aircraft Grounded Worldwide
Multiple Crashes of Boeing 737 Max Aircraft Leads to Grounding of the Planes Worldwide, Including the United States
UNITED STATES – According to cnn.com, airline companies around the world, including the United States following an executive order issued by President Trump, are calling for the grounding of Boeing 737 Max aircraft following two fatal crashes involving Ethiopian Airlines and Lion Air.*
On Sunday, March 10, 2019, an Ethiopian Airlines Boeing 737 Max 8 crashed, killing all passengers on board. The plane crash comes approximately five months later following a crash by a Lion Air Boeing 737 Max 8 aircraft. This occurred in Indonesia.
A preliminary investigation of the Indonesian Lion Air plane crash is indicating that the aircraft was experiencing a “systems issue” that ultimately led to the plane diving towards the earth. The pilot, knowing something was wrong, requested to return to the airport right after the aircraft took off. Likewise, the pilot of the Ethiopian Airlines flight also requested to return to the airport after he or she also noticed that something was just not right shortly after takeoff.
With regard to the Ethiopian flight, tracking demonstrates that the aircraft lost altitude, similar to the Lion Air plane.
There are no further details on the crash at this time. It currently remains under investigation.
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