Boeing 737 MAX 8 fleets grounded by airlines following second deadly crash

China, Indonesia and several airlines around the world have grounded the 737 MAX 8 after a second crash involving the best-selling Boeing aircraft in less than five months.

All 157 people on board a 737 MAX 8 operated by Ethiopian Airlines were killed when the plane crashed shortly after takeoff over the weekend. In October, a 737 MAX 8 flown by Lion Air went down off the coast of Indonesia.

Both the Ethiopian Airlines and Lion Air planes were brand-new aircraft and both crashed minutes into flight.

Investigators have now found the black box flight recorders from the Ethiopian Airlines jet, which they hope will identify why a brand new plane with an experienced pilot at the controls plunged from the sky.

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