Lahoo.ca, Canada, reported on Wednesday (March 13) that Canadian Federal Minister of Transportation Marc Garneau announced on Wednesday that Canada had grounded all its Boeing 737 Max 8 and 9 models and banned any airlines from other countries. These two models of passenger aircraft arrive, depart or pass through Canadian airspace.
Later, Trump also announced that the US flight to Egypt Airborne crash aircraft (Boeing 737 Max 8, 737 Max 9 series), effective immediately.
Reports show that President Trump made a speech at the White House a few hours ago, announcing that the United States will issue an "emergency order" to "all 737 Max 8 and Max 9 and all related models grounded."
He added that both the FAA and Boeing have "agreeed on the move" and that any aircraft currently in the air will continue to fly to the destination and will follow the no-fly order.
After Trump announced the incident, Boeing’s share price fell again and fell by about 2%.
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Today, in addition to China, Indonesia, Europe, Australia and other countries have already issued a ground stop order, more than 42 countries and regions around the world have stopped flying.
Even so, the sudden emergency issued by Canada and the United States this morning is still like a thunder, and it is hard to guess whether there is data to point out that the safety hazard is from the aircraft itself.
The news pointed out that before Canada announced its no-fly, it said that it had just received a "new data"... Then, "the next big brother" the United States announced: Immediately! immediately! No flight!
Therefore, it is widely believed that this "new data" hides amazing secrets.
After all, one day ago, the "tough" FAA director also said in a statement: So far, after review, the crashed model has no system performance problems, so there is no basis for no-fly.
The Daily Mail revealed that at least two American Airlines pilots reported that the automation system had caused a sharp drop in the nose, which quickly recovered after they disconnected the autopilot system.
As of now, the real reason is still unknown, but the "global grounding" situation is enough to make the Boeing company frustrated for a long time, and it has also made many passengers who travel by plane feel embarrassed.
Perhaps, the "global grounding order" can be a bit of a snack.
(Article source: FX168)