The pressure has been built on the Federal Aviation Administration to ground the Boeing 737 Max fleet in the United States after the tragic Ethiopian flight crash on Sunday. China was the first country that founded the beam among worries that the cause of this crash could resemble that of the Lion Air crash six months ago, which also meant a Boeing 737 Max 8. One day after the FAA expressed confidence in the jet, it has now announced that the iron has been founded.
The United States has issued an emergency order to measure the Boeing 737 Max 8 and 737 Max 9 aircraft. Many other countries around the world have taken similar action over the past week, including the UK, Germany, France, Indonesia, Australia and much more.
The decision to issue the emergency order was ordered by President Donald Trump after consulting FAA CEO Daniel Elwell and US transport secretary Elaine Chao. He also spoke to Boeing's CEO about the move. Once the order had been issued, every 737 Max jet in the air would be grounded after it had reached the target while on the ground it was grounded for the time being with immediate effect.
Boeing sent out its own press release after the order came out and said "Boeing has decided to insure the flying public about the aircraft's security that it recommends the FAA to temporarily suspend the operation of the global fleet of 371
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