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no we can add the U. K. and Australia at the latest to ground flights of Boeing seven three seven MAX eight jacks after a deadly Ethiopian airlines crash on Sunday incited feet in the international aviation industry and so Boeing's market value plummets by billions of dollars it's the second fatal accident involving a seven three seven Max at Croft in five months safety experts say it's too early to speculate ever what caused Sunday's crash or whether it's links to the recent tragedy in Indonesia black box recorders were found at the crash site on Monday but a yet to yield a Coles reaches David Shepard center it's extremely unusual for a brand new playing disappointed Spencer's for less than two years to have to catastrophic failures in such a short period but if somebody want one official told me today there are hundreds of reasons why airplane might %HESITATION crash %HESITATION soon after takeoff Norwegian add Britain and Australia follow China Singapore and all those in suspending the Ashcroft citing a safety review , U. S. regulations will older Boeing to make changes to the seven three seven MAX eight fleets but said the plane was Edward a Boeing says changes have been in the works since last year to make quite an already safe at Croft even safer this is saying for now Hey get okay we're we're working very hard let's not jump to any hasty conclusions just one other thing that's raise some questions is that the pilot of the Ethiopian airlines plane had was very experienced had eight thousand hours %HESITATION behind a flight time in total the first officer only a two hundred hours which is a relatively small amount of service for the first officer of the law of a larger plane like this so one of the things are going to learn is who was at the controls , meanwhile the families of some a hundred and fifty seven people who lost their lives is struggling to mourn and loved ones the victims came from more than thirty different nations but identifying the dead at the child sites has proven difficult Ethiopian airlines said it would take at least five days to start handing the remains of those killed back to their families in reality it could be weeks or months before all victims are identified