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March 12, 2019 -- Australia, Brazil, China, Indonesia, Mexico, Singapore and South Africa have suspended flights of Boeing’s 737 MAX 8 aircraft in and out of their airports following the second deadly crash in less than six months.
The narrow-body 737 Max 8 is the newest version of Boeing’s 737 families, which have flown for more than 50 years. The single-aisle jet generates almost one-third of the company’s $10.45 billion profit in 2018.
The 737 class is a workhorse for airlines worldwide, and Max 8 planes flew more than 8,500 flights worldwide in the week beginning February 25, according to Flightradar24, a flight tracking service. The most popular routes were in North America and China.