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    Ethiopian Airlines grounds Boeing 737 MAX fleet after crash

    Ethiopian Airlines grounds Boeing 737 MAX fleet after crash

    Ethiopian Airlines grounds Boeing 737 MAX fleet after crash
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    By PTI  IST (Published)

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    "Following the tragic accident of ET 302... Ethiopian Airlines has decided to ground all B-737-8 MAX fleet effective yesterday, March 10, until further notice," the state-owned carrier said in a statement released on Twitter.

    Ethiopian Airlines on Monday said it had grounded its Boeing 737 MAX 8 fleet after a crash that killed 149 passengers and eight crew.
    "Following the tragic accident of ET 302... Ethiopian Airlines has decided to ground all B-737-8 MAX fleet effective yesterday, March 10, until further notice," the state-owned carrier said in a statement released on Twitter.
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