Ethiopian Airlines crash: carriers ground Boeing 737 Max 8 jets in wake of disaster
Ethiopian Airlines joins China and Cayman Islands in suspending use of the new jets following second tragedy in four months
Ethiopian Airlines have joined carriers in China and the Cayman Islands that have suspended the use of Boeing 737 Max 8 jets in the wake of a crash that killed all 157 people.
On Sunday, Ethiopian Airlines flight ET 302, on its way to Nairobi from Addis Ababa, crashed six minutes after take-off. It ploughed into a field near Tulu Fara village outside the town of Bishoftu, some 60km (40 miles) southeast of the Ethiopian capital.