U.S. grounds Boeing 737s after pair of crashes, reversing course

THE UNITED STATES has grounded the Boeing 737 MAX family of airliners following two fatal crashes in five months, both outside of the U.S. / BLOOMBERG NEWS FILE PHOTO/DAVID RYDER
THE UNITED STATES has grounded the Boeing 737 MAX family of airliners following two fatal crashes in five months, both outside of the U.S. / BLOOMBERG NEWS FILE PHOTO/DAVID RYDER
NEW YORK - United States regulators reversed course Wednesday and announced they will ground Boeing Co.’s top-selling 737 Max family of airliners amid safety concerns after a crash Sunday in Ethiopia - five months after a similar tragedy off Indonesia. “The safety of the American people and all people is our paramount concern,” President Donald…

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