Civil Aviation Administration of China grounds all Boeing 737MAX aircraft as a precautionary safety measure, following a deadly Ethiopian Airline 737 MAX 8 crash that killed all onboard.
The airlines in China have grounded MAX aircraft after a notice they received from CAAC this Monday morning. The CAAC said it would issue a statement on its website regarding the 737 MAX soon.
Airlines in China operates more than 90 Boeing MAX aircraft and on FlightRadar24, there are no MAX flights are flying over
Cayman Airways said “In the wake of the tragic loss of Ethiopian Airlines Flight 302 on March 10, 2019, which was being operated by a Boeing 737 Max 8 aircraft,…”we have taken the decision to suspend operations of both our new Boeing 737 Max 8 aircraft, effective from Monday March 11, 2019, until more information is received,”