Multiple countries are banning Boeing 737 MAX from their airspaces

Daily Newsletter | March 12, 2019
Throughout the day, several countries around the world have enforced a ban of the Boeing 737 MAX within their airspace. The FAA and the EASA did not order any grounding yet. The manufacturer has addressed the multiple bans.
Malaysian Airlines might be facing an uncertain future, as the country’s government is reportedly weighting in to shut, sell or refinance the national carrier. The news comes two weeks after the airline has revealed its latest annual financial results, calling the year 2018 “challenging”.
After a second crash involving Boeing 737 MAX 8 aircraft within five months, unease regarding MAX planes safety is prevailing. Attempts to calm the public and advocate waiting for official investigation results appear to be failing and Boeing can already feel the results of its shaken reputation.
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