Donald Trump stopped the Boeing 737 airplane flights
Reporter: Lutfullah Nijrabi
The United States president temporarily stopped flying of all Boeing 737 Max aircraft in the country.
The United States spokesman Donald Trump said in a speech to the media, “We decided to stop flying all Boeing 737 models of the Max 8 and 9 models in the United States until further notice.”
The decision comes at a time when one of the airliners Boeing 737 Max 8 in Ethiopia fell 6 minutes after the flight and all the passengers were killed.
Meanwhile, dozens of countries, including China, Britain, Malaysia, Australia, France, India, the Netherlands, Hong Kong and Turkey have stopped flying this type of aircraft on their soil.