Morocco’s RAM stops operating Boeing 737 Max 8 after Ethiopian crash

Morocco’s flag carrier RAM has temporarily grounded its operating Boeing 737 max 8 airplane after a plane of the same type operated by Ethiopian airlines crashed killing 189 people.

Morocco operates one Boeing 737 Max 8 and has received this year another plane of the same type, which is not in service yet.

RAM received its first Boeing 737 Max 8 last December. The airplane has been operating since January 1 on trips to Barcelona, Paris, and London. RAM received its second Max-8 in mid-February.

The airline will receive two other Boeing of the same type this year.

Ethiopia, the Cayman Islands, and China have also suspended Max-8 flights.

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