Boeing has now grounded the 737 Max aircraft, bowing to presidential and regulatory pressure. The notice from the US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is enlightening since it has confirmed the similarities between the Ethiopian crash and the Lion Air (Flight JT610) crash of the aircraft type, which thus far has only been supposed by industry experts. In the emergency airworthiness directive issued on March 13, the FAA said that it based its decision to ground the aircraft upon investigation of the new information concerning the wreckage and satellite-based tracking data of the flight path of ET302 that indicates some similarities

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