US grounds all American Airlines Boeing 737 MAX after flight ET 302 crash
WASHINGTON: US President Donald Trump has issued an order to immediately ground all Boeing 737 MAX aircraft after an Ethiopian Airlines flight crash that killed 157 people on Sunday.
The incident took place in Addis Ababa when flight ET 302 crashed minutes after it took off, prompting countries around the world to ground the Boeing Aircraft.
According to BBC, President Donald Trump US president said in his emergency order that the planes would remain grounded until Boeing comes up with a solution,
Flight E-302 crash in Ethiopia was the second fatal disaster involving 737 MAX in five months after one crashed in Indonesia last year killing over 180 people.
The BBC reported that Federal Aviation Administration and American Airlines have informed Boeing that they are grounding the United States Boeing 737 MAX fleet out of an abundance of caution.