Pilots in United States had safety concerns about Boeing 737 Max 8

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Boeing has called for its entire worldwide fleet of 737 Max planes to be grounded after severe concerns for the passenger jet's safety sparked by two fatal crashes in recent months. "What we can say is we don't have the capability to probe it here in Ethiopia", he said.

This makes the United States the last major country to pull the jet from service following Sunday's crash in Ethiopia.

China, Australia, and the United Kingdom were some of the first big names to issue bans, and now that the USA and Canada have followed suit, there are no longer any 737 MAX 8 aircraft in the skies anywhere in the world.

"This is a very fluid situation and we are working to minimize the number of guests impacted", WestJet said.

The Federal Aviation Administration has also backed the jet's airworthiness and said it was reviewing all available data. Officials say the evidence suggests the aircraft is unsafe.

Despite Boeing's assurances in the wake of the disaster, the European Union, Britain and India joined China and other countries grounding the plane or banning it from their airspace as they await the results of the crash investigation.

Three flights were canceled at Tampa International Airport because of President Donald Trump’s order to ground all Boeing 737 Max 8 and Max 9 aircraft
Three flights were canceled at Tampa International Airport because of President Donald Trump’s order to ground all Boeing 737 Max 8 and Max 9 aircraft

US aviation authorities issued instructions to carriers following the Lion Air crash to update flight manuals with details for the flight crew on what to do if the plane's anti-stall system is erroneously triggered. "We are going to go rent a auto and drive to Orlando", Olivia Crumbley said. "They didn't fly them into Jacksonville", Booth said.

Sunday's crashcame less than five months after a Lion Air Boeing 737 Max 8 - the same type of plane - plunged into the Java Sea minutes into the flight from Jakarta, Indonesia, killing all 189 people on board.

We sincerely thank all stakeholders for the continued confidence placed in the National Airline of Trinidad and Tobago.

"Safety is paramount. So I'm actually pleased that we've taken action and some people might see it as drastic, but sometimes we need drastic changes", Mopress said.

Boeing, which maintained that its planes were safe to fly, said in a statement that it supported the latest FAA move.

Dubai International Airport, home to the flagship national carrier Emirates Airlines, saw 89.1 million travelers pass through its terminals in 2018, making it the world's busiest hub for international travel.

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