FAA faces mounting pressure after more countries ground Boeing 737 Max 8

The European Union joined the U.K, Australia, Singapore, Indonesia, China and a long list of other countries and airlines banning 737 Max 8 flights. But in the U.S., the FAA says they are not grounding the plane, though it insists it will act if evidence suggests the plane has a deadly flaw.


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