"All of those planes are grounded effectively immediately", Trump said at a press conference on Wednesday.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Wednesday spoke on the phone with his Ethiopian counterpart as part of a diplomatic effort to secure Israeli rescue workers access to the site of a plane crash, where they hope to locate the bodies of the two Israeli victims who were on board.
'We are doing everything we can to understand the cause of the accidents in partnership with the investigators, deploy safety enhancements and help ensure this does not happen again'.
Talking with US Rep. Dan Kildee (D-MI) Wednesday, Keilar asserted that the plane crashed because Boeing had failed to implement a pilot software upgrade in January, as the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) was non-operational due to the shutdown.
Henry was among those waiting in a snaking line of a few dozen exhausted travelers Wednesday evening at one of two American Airlines' rebooking stations.
US travelers have expressed concerns about the aircraft after an Ethiopian Airlines plane traveling to Kenya crashed on Sunday, killing all 157 people on board. The same model crashed in a similar time frame in Indonesia last October, killing 189 people.
The U.S. was one of the last countries to ban the aircraft.
Ethiopian Airlines black boxes to be sent overseas as investigation continues
Transport Canada announced Wednesday it will ground the Boeing 737 Max fleet following fatal crashes in Indonesia and Ethiopia, leaving tens of thousands of travellers scrambling ahead of spring break to rebook flights.
The investigation may focus on an automated anti-stall system that dips the aircraft's nose down.
In both cases, pilots were forced to intervene to stop the plane from descending.
The Oslo-based airline has 18 "MAX" passenger jets in its 163-aircraft fleet. "What we can say is we don't have the capability to probe it here in Ethiopia".
"This is not conclusive, but it is something that points possibly in that direction, and at this point, we feel that that threshold has been crossed and that is why we are taking these measures".
"We respect the decision made by Transport Canada and are in the process of grounding the 13 Max aircraft in our fleet", WestJet said in a news release posted to its website.
USA airlines that operate the 737 MAX, Southwest Airlines Co, American Airlines Group Inc and United Airlines, said they were working to re-book passengers. In both instances, this loss of control occurred after the pilots engaged the autopilot.
"They don't have another 24 jets just sitting parked somewhere that they can bring into service to cover it.They'll have to cancel flights", he said.
Garneau stressed that Canada is banning the model out of caution.
It said the department has been in close contact with the FAA and other the relevant organizations, including the two airlines, SpiceJet of India and Russia's Globus Airlines, that use the aircraft to operate flights into and out of Hong Kong International Airport.
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