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Ethiopian Airlines crashes with 157 onboard

China and Indonesia halt Boeing 737 MAX 8 after Ethiopia crash

ADDIS ABABA/BEIJING (Reuters) – China, Indonesia and Ethiopia grounded their Boeing Co 737 MAX 8 fleets on Monday while investigators found the black box from a crash that killed 157 people in the second disaster involving that airplane model in six months.

A plane with 157 people on board crashes in Ethiopia, no survivors

An Ethiopian Airlines plane flying from Addis Ababa to Kenya crashed in Ethiopia. This is reported by Reuters.

It is known that on board of the Boeing 737-800 MAX were 149 passengers and 8 crew members. The crash occurred today at 8:44 am local time.

The airline representatives said that the flight ET 302 crashed near the city of Bischoft, 62 kilometers south-east of Addis Ababa.

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