Aviation regulator DGCA has decided to ground Boeing 737 Max aircraft in operation in India, following a similar move to remove the model from service in several other countries.
The aircraft was involved in the Ethiopian Airlines crash on March 10, killing nearly 160 passengers and crew dead. The same model was also involved in the Lion Air crash in October last year. The twin crashes have led to suspicion over design fault in the plane.
Sakshi Batra is in conversation with Moneycontrol’s Deputy Executive Editor, Gaurav Choudhury to discuss DGCA’s grounding of Boeing 737 Max aircraft.
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