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Ban spreads: the UNITED states and Canada keeps Boeing-aircraft on the ground

Airlines may not send aircraft of the type Boeing 737 MAX 8 and MAX 9 into american and canadian airspace.

It's both Canada's transport minister, Marc Garneau, and the president of the UNITED states Donald Trump, according to Reuters.

Thus follows the countries of the european aviation authority, Easa, who on Tuesday banned to send the aircraft on the wings in the EU, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway and Switzerland.

the Prohibitions of the planes has spread over most of the world, according to one of Boeing's plane crashed in Ethiopia on Sunday.

the Background that the canadian authorities have chosen to follow the Easas ban, according to the minister of transport that data from satellites have shown similarities between the MAX 8 aircraft, which crashed in Indonesia in October and in Ethiopia.

- we Look at the plane in Ethiopia vertical profile (how it has moved in the air, red.), we can see the movements, reminiscent of those we saw (in Indonesia, ed.).

- But I will repeat. It's not proof, that there is the same cause for the accidents. It may be something else, says Marc Garneau.

Community - 12. mar. 2019 - at. 18:33 of Boeing's ulykkesfly get banned in the whole of Europe

Since the crash in Indonesia, the focus has been on a special software in Boeing's new MAX aircraft.

the Software - called the MCAS - is suspected to have played a role in the accidents, as it works by pointing the nose of the aircraft down, if a sensor detects that the aircraft's angle in the air is too steep.

the System is developed in order to avoid that the aircraft get too far down in speed and the "staller".

To 'stall' means, that the plane is going so much down in speed that it no longer can float and therefore are crashing.

At both the disaster in Ethiopia and in Indonesia, it has been promoting, that the plane fluktuerede very up and down in speed and altitude shortly after take-off.

It has led experts to suspect that the system may have forced the aircraft down, if not the pilots have been able to turn it off.

It can be, for example, if the sensor, as the MCAS system uses to read the aircraft's pitch, has been defective.

Studies of the two plane crash is still ongoing, but Boeing has indicated to the company since the crash in Indonesia has been working on a new software for the aircraft, which will be ready within some weeks.

It is unknown, how long the flight ban will last.

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