The Federal Aviation Administration says it has no timetable for when it will approve the troubled Boeing 737 MAX to take to the skies again. The plane was grounded worldwide in March after two deadly crashes.
The US aviation safety agency FAA is not yet satisfied with Boeing's software fixes after two recent crashes of the 737 MAX 8. However, several US airlines have prepared for the return of the jet to their fleets.
The black boxes recovered from Ethiopian Airline's crashed 737 MAX have arrived in France for analysis. Meanwhile, relatives of those killed have stormed out of a meeting with the airline.
An Ethiopian Airlines plane en route to Nairobi crashed shortly after takeoff, with the airline confirming that there were no survivors. The pilot had reported difficulties and asked for permission to turn back.
The European Aviation Safety Agency has banned Boeing 737 MAX 8 flights in its airspace following last Sunday's Ethiopian Airlines tragedy. It came after Germany, France, and Britain announced national prohibitions.
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