Boeing suspends production of 737 Max planes

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Boeing has suspended production of 737 Max planes until 2020 after accidents which saw the company grounded by Federal Aviation Administration.

The company made the announcement after FAA said the review of the company’s planes would continue next year.

In a report, FAA stated that the process of approving the plane will be ‘thorough and robust’ to ensure that the public have confidence with the planes.

“We know that the process of approving the 737 Max’s return to service, and of determining appropriate training requirements, must be extraordinarily thorough and robust, to ensure that our regulators, customers, and the flying public have confidence in the 737 Max updates,” Boeing said in a statement.