Boeing 737 MAX planes in the United States were grounded after two crashes that killed a total of 346 people in 2018 and 2019.
At least 18, including two pilots, were killed and more than 120 hospitalised after an Air India Express plane crashlanded in India's Kerala state, but rescuers say the death toll would have been much higher if the aircraft had caught fire.
All 176 people on board were killed when Iranian forces struck the Ukraine International Airlines Boeing 737 jet after takeoff in Tehran in January.
Airplane manufacturing giant Boeing announced on Monday it would suspend 787 production at South Carolina plant amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Boeing found the debris in the fuel tanks of about 35 aircraft which is a potential safety hazard. Several more planes are still awaiting inspection.
Plane carrying 183 people skids off runway at Istanbul's Sabiha Gokcen Airport, catching fire and splitting into three after landing in rough weather, officials say.
Sensor failure and failure to provide pilots with information contributed to 2009 crash and last year's twin catastrophes.
A Boeing 737-800 plane that crashed outside Tehran was carrying 82 Iranian, 63 Canadian nationals and 11 Ukrainians, a Ukrainian minister said.
The Federal Aviation Administration recently asked Boeing to review all possible ramifications of the changes it is making on the plane.
The carrier is preparing to sue the aviation giant after the grounding of its fleet due to problems with the Boeing 737 MAX aircraft.
Though the jets have been grounded worldwide since March following deadly crashes in Indonesia and Ethiopia, Boeing had continued to produce 40 of the planes per month
The MAX has been grounded since March following a pair of deadly crashes that killed 346 people.
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