Trump Orders Boeing 737 MAX Planes Grounded After Fatal Crashes

Trump Orders Boeing 737 MAX Planes Grounded After Fatal Crashes

The aircraft hasn't been grounded in the U.S. The pilot had also reported flight-control problems, an airline representative said Wednesday. It was reportedly created to be a safety feature, to compensate for stalling that was occurring due to how the engines were fitted to the Boeing 737 Max wings.

"The Nigeria Civil Aviation Authority, whose mandate it is to issue advisory, has already issued advisory that nobody should fly into Nigeria or out of Nigeria using Boeing 737 Max 8 and Max 9, pending the determination of the actual cause of the crash in Ethiopia and also pending the outcome of the response of the manufacturer, which is Boeing".

Canadian government officials have examined satellite tracking data that showed similarities between Ethiopian Airlines flight 302, a Max 8 which crashed six minutes after takeoff from Addis Ababa on March 10 - and Lion Air flight 610, another Max 8 which crashed 12 minutes after takeoff from Jakarta on October 29, 2018. "Air Canada Component of CUPE always believes that the safety of passengers and crew must come first", said president Wesley Lesosky.

He said: "Regarding Air Peace and Arik orders, whether those orders were confirmed or intent, it is to our knowledge in the ministry that they won't be in the country until the next two years or so".

Garneau said he will reverse the ban when he sees the "smoking gun that will explain what happened with this particular flight".

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CUPE spokesman Philippe Gagnon told National Observer on March 12 that the component would not be commenting on internal communications. "This notice is effective immediately and will remain in place until further notice".

Jason Scarrotts, a father of two young children, said he was on the phone with Air Canada for 90 minutes before speaking with an agent to rebook their Max 8 flight from Vancouver to Palm Springs, only to be disconnected.

"After reviewing the latest development, especially the increasing customer concerns toward Max 8, we have lost the confidence in the product", Danadiputra said. In a dramatic development, the European Aviation Safety Agency has split with the Federal Aviation Administration in banning the Max, leaving the USA regulator isolated in insisting that it's still safe to fly.

Transport Minister Marc Garneau, announcing the Canadian ban in Ottawa Wednesday morning, said politics didn't play into his decision, nor was it based on American thinking.

Garneau said satellite tracking data received overnight suggests possible "similarities" between the Ethiopian Airlines and Lion Air crashes. Eastern time to include additional information and quotes from Garneau, Air Canada, the pilots association and the flight attendants union.

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