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China's ordered its and lines to ground the Boeing seven three seven Max on Monday that comes a day off to a deadly clash of the aircraft operated by Ethiopian airlines the design so it was the second time is seven three seven monks eight this crashed shortly after takeoff since the planes were brought into service in twenty seventeen last year or a hundred and eighty nine people on board died when another Mike's eight one by Indonesia's lion at went down but the course of both crushes is still under investigation more to spoke to a U. S. official speaking on condition of anonymity said the US was unsure about what information China was acting on and said there were no plans to follow suit in the US citing what they could is Stella's safety record in the United States and a lack of information about the course of the crash in Ethiopia China's civil aviation administration it said it was working in line with its zero tolerance principle on safety hazards and we'll notify the airlines when they convince you of flying the jets Chinese airlines have ninety six at the planes in service that's according to the state come to the right getting to a Chinese state run news service said many of the flights would instead use an older model the seventy seven eight hundred K. minute ways is also grounded both of its new Boeing seven three seven monks eight jets but other airlines including Fiji Airways and Singapore Airlines said that plays will continue to operate on schedule a Boeing spokesman declined to comment