British aviation bans Boeing 737 Max from flying in its airspace


Boeing 737 MAX aircraft was banned by the British aviation  from flying the country’s airspace following a deadly plane crash in Ethiopia, a decision which has been taken by other nations.

The UK Civil Aviation Authority said in a statement headlined “Boeing 737 MAX Aircraft” that “as a precautionary measure” it had decided “to stop any commercial passenger flights from any operator arriving, departing or overflying UK airspace”.

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