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Airbus sealed deals with big buyers for its latest passenger jet at the Paris Airshow, fighting back after a surprise order by British Airways’ owner for rival Boeing’s grounded 737 MAX jet
Passengers of a 737 Boeing have escaped after the plane skidded off a runway into a river.
American Airline bosses said they believe the plane will be recertified before the 19 August but want to be reassured of the reliability ahead of its peak travel season.
A crash in Ethiopia in March and a previous crash in Indonesia October have
left the world's largest planemaker in crisis.
"It is recommended that the aircraft control system shall be reviewed by the manufacturer," Ethiopia's Transport minister told reporters
Here are the top stories from across Europe this morning that you need to know about.
It’s a romantic fantasy to think that “great pilots” are the solution. Great pilots make great mistakes too.
Relatives have been wailing and beating their chests at the site of the Ethiopian Airlines crash as others picked through the rubble for any sign of the 157 people who died.
Here are the top stories from across Europe that you need to know about this morning.
The European Aviation Safety Agency has decided to ground all Boeing 737 MAX aircraft following the fatal crash of an Ethiopian Airlines jet on Sunday
US President Donald Trump became the latest leader to ground all Boeing 737 Max aircrafts after the crash of an Ethiopian Airlines jet on Sunday.
Boeing said it will upgrade software for all 737 MAX 8 aircraft. This comes after an FAA request, and Sunday's crash of an Ethiopian Airlines 737 MAX
Singapore is temporarily suspending all Boeing 737 MAX flights in and out of island city-state, according to the Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore (CAAS).
Passengers from more than 30 countries were onboard the doomed Ethiopian Airlines flight.
"The group CEO who is at the accident scene right now regrets to confirm that there are no survivors," the airline posted on Twitter alongside a picture.
The Netherlands unveiled a national monument on Monday in memory of the 298 people killed in the downing of a Malaysia Airlines jetliner in 2014
Police are investigating whether a piece of plane wreckage washed up on the French-owned Reunion island in the Indian Ocean is from the missing