Boeing Max grounding goes global as carriers follow US order

The grounding of Boeing Co.’s 737 Max 9 quickly gathered pace, with carriers from the US to Panama to Turkey pulling the model from service for inspections after a fuselage section on a brand-new Alaska Airlines jet blew out during flight. The grounding marks the most severe response since Boeing’s entire fleet of Max aircraft was parked in 2019 following two deadly crashes. Alaska Airlines had scheduled more than 5,000 flights with the Boeing 737 Max 9 model in January, and United almost 8,000, according to aviation data provider Cirium

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