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Civil Aviation Authority has announced it will ban the Boeing 737 Max-8 aircraft from UK airspace "as a precautionary measure" following the Ethiopian Airlines plane crash on Sunday which killed all 157 people on board
TUI Airways has confirmed that all 737 Max-8 aircraft currently operating in the UK have been grounded
originally posted by: Zaphod58
a reply to: Willtell
The Max has a new system called MCAS that is designed to use elevator trim to lower the nose if the computer detects the aircraft is about to stall. It's the first aircraft Boeing has installed it on, and there was little to no training on it when the Max rolled out.