MAX GROUNDING GOES GLOBAL

News Review • International

PHOTO • HUY DO/AVSTOCK

AIRLINES AND air safety regulators around the world are continuing to monitor developments following the indefinite grounding of the Boeing 737 MAX series. Several operators and authorities chose to withdraw the type in advance of a US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) order of prohibition on March 13.

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