As US President Donald Trump joined hand with Canada and other countries to prescribe the victim aircraft Boeing 737 MAX model for its frequent crashing of two times within less time gap in the meantime of the global concerns for the faulty infrastructure of the jet, the rescinding on the Boeing 737 MAX turned into the worldwide ban.

According to US authorities, the potential evidence remarked similarities between the terrible crash of an Ethiopian Airlines Boeing 737 MAX 8 on Sunday and the deadly accident of October in Indonesia with the same model.

The Federal Aviation Administration told the discovery of the potential factors collected from the crash site  near Addis Ababa and “ latest dignified satellite data” ensured “ further investigation of the possibility of a shared cause for the two incidents.”

The FAA enacted an emergency order rescinding 737 MAX 8 and MAX 9 aircraft 8 until further notice. Trump told the reporters at the White House the “ safety of the American people and all peoples is our paramount concern”.

On Wednesday, Canada had also enlisted their name with the countries for banning the victim model of the aircraft from flying in their airspaces and several airlines have deliberately received it out of service.

Ethiopia informed that they dispatched the black boxes collected from the Flight ET 302 to France for investigation which could explore the crucial information about the exact occurrence.

The US President told about the planes, “Hopefully they will come up with an answer but until they do the planes are grounded ”.

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