United Airlines has become the latest carrier looking to seek compensation from Boeing following the worldwide decision to ground 737 Max aircraft. The aircraft has been grounded following the fatal crash of Ethiopian Airlines flight ET 302, which crashed shortly after take-off on the morning of March 10 from Addis Ababa airport killing all 149 passengers and eight crew members. Since then, a worldwide grounding of all 737 Max jets has commenced with no word on when the aircraft is set to fly again. Chief executive Oscar Munoz, said in a statement: “There will be recompense of some sort over time.

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