video China, Ethiopia, Indonesia ground the Boeing 737 Max 8 FBN’s Jeff Flock on the fallout from the crash of an Ethiopian Airlines Boeing 737 Max 8. Following a deadly Ethiopian Airlines crash involving a 737 Max 8 jet over the weekend, some airlines and countries have at least temporarily grounded flights involving the Boeing aircraft – however, the U.S. has not. Continue Reading Below A number of U.S. carriers operate the Boeing Max series aircraft, including the Max 8 model, which was also involved in the Lion Air crash less than six months ago. MORE FROM FOXBUSINESS.COM… BOEING 737 MAX 8: HOW TO KNOW IF YOU’RE FLYING ON ONE BOEING RESPONDS AFTER ETHIOPIAN AIRLINES PLANE CRASH In a statement released on Sunday, Boeing expressed its sympathies for the families of the victims and said technicians will be traveling to the crash site to provide assistance as an investigation into the cause of the crash ensues. Meanwhile, the 737 Max has orders for more than 5,000 aircraft, according to Boeing. More than 330 were delivered as of January. The average list price for the Max 8 is $117.1 million. Southwest Airlines Advertisement Southwest Airlines operates 34 Boeing 737 Max 8 jetliners,… Read full this story
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