Are There Problems With a Boeing 737 Max? A Second Deadly Crash Raises New Questions

The 737 Max became a fastest-selling craft in Boeing history, a association pronounced on a website, and is used by airlines around a world.

Here’s what we know so distant about a craft involved.

It is a latest era of a Boeing 737, a kind of aircraft that’s been drifting given a 1960s. There are 4 kinds of Maxes in a fleet, numbered 7, 8, 9 and 10. The 8 series, that was concerned in a crashes in Indonesia and Ethiopia, has been drifting a longest.

The 737 Max is mostly used for short- and medium-distance flights, though a few airlines fly it between Northern Europe and a East Coast of a United States. It is some-more fuel fit and has a longer operation than progressing versions of a 737.

The moody on Sunday was roving from a Ethiopian capital, Addis Ababa, to Nairobi, Kenya.

It was too shortly to tell on Sunday either a causes of a Ethiopian Airlines pile-up were a same as or identical to those of a Lion Air pile-up in Indonesia final year.

But there are some initial similarities: On Sunday, a moody mislaid hit about 6 mins after takeoff. The commander had been given clearway to lapse to a airfield in Addis Ababa, according to Ethiopian Airlines, that operated a flight. But a craft went down nearby Bishoftu, about 35 miles southeast of Addis Ababa.

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