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16 Jan
The plane model was involved in two major crashes that killed hundreds of people in less than one year. The plane was grounded worldwide for months as updates were made on the model.
15 Jan
All three crew members survived the crash, Sudanese officials have said. Sudan also accused the Ethiopian military of allowing one of their aircraft to cross the tense border.
10 Dec 2020
More than 20 months after it was grounded following two deadly crashes, Boeing's 737 MAX returned to the skies Wednesday with an incident-free commercial flight in Brazil.
6 May 2020
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3 Jan 2020
Boeing has seen a sharp fall in deliveries as its bestselling MAX jets remain grounded following two fatal crashes. It's not the first time the US planemaker has lost the crown to its European rival.
8 Jul 2019
Saudi Arabian budget carrier Flyadeal has become the first airline to officially drop an order for the Boeing 737 Max following the plane’s global grounding after two fatal crashes.
4 Jul 2019
Boeing has pledged $100 million to help families affected by the fatal crashes of its 737 MAX passenger planes in Indonesia and Ethiopia. The funds, however, will not go directly to the families.

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