Boeing 737 MAX Grounding: Focus On China

Credit: Boeing
The Boeing 737 MAX fleet has been grounded since mid-March—a direct result of two similar, fatal accidents within five months. On March 11—less than a day after the second accident, Ethiopian Airlines Flight 302—the Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) was the first regulator to issue an...

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