Lebanon News

Beirut airport bans Boeing 737 MAX after Ethiopia crash

Workers are pictured next to a Boeing 737 Max 9 airplane on the tarmac at the Boeing Renton Factory in Renton, Washington, March 12, 2019. (AFP/Jason Redmond)

 
This article was amended on Wednesday, March 13 2019

This article originally stated that all six of the canceled Flydubai flights had been scheduled to depart from Beirut Wednesday. In fact, the six flights include departures and arrivals scheduled for Wednesday and Thursday. It has also been updated to reflect that the other flights canceled were also scheduled for both Wednesday and Thursday, not just Wednesday. The article has also been corrected to clarify that the DGCA did not ground 737 MAX planes in Beirut, as no such aircraft were in Lebanon when the circular was released. The Daily Star regrets the errors.

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