The Boeing 737 max
New Zealand and Fiji have stopped flights of the Boeing 737 MAX after a plane crash in Ethiopia.
Civil aviation authority of New Zealand and Fiji has suspended the operation of Boeing 737 MAX in the background of a plane crash in Ethiopia, said the authorities.
The decision was taken after consultation with other aviation agencies, including the Federal office of civil aviation USA (FAA).
The earlier flights of the new Boeing refused for several countries.
Recall that the first crash involving a Boeing 737 occurred on 29th October 2018 in Indonesia. According to the investigation, the reason could be the failure of the speed sensor. After takeoff, he was allegedly feeding wrong signals that led to the inclusion of an automatic system that was trying to align the nose of the aircraft.
On March 10, Boeing 737 MAX crashed immediately after takeoff in Ethiopia. Killed 149 passengers and eight crew members. The causes of the accident are established.
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