17 May 2019
By Brenda Goh
SHANGHAI, March 15 China's aviation regulator
gained global attention when it became the first to ground
Boeing's 737 MAX aircraft following Sunday's deadly plane
crash in Ethiopia.
China is the world's biggest user of the 737 MAX planes,
with its airlines flying 97 of the global fleet of 371.
Its state media outlets such as the People's Daily newspaper
have since Monday crowed about how the country was the first to
do so and called for Boeing to
路透新加坡/迪拜3月13日 - 埃塞俄比亚空难后，波音公司的737 MAX 8新机型遭多国停飞，在全球航空运输业一石激起千重浪，但许多航空公司已设法用其它机型作为替代，维持航班正常，同时经济困难意味着一些公司或许为此感到庆幸。
March 12 Major European nations, including
Britain, Germany and France, joined a wave of suspensions of
Boeing Co's 737 MAX aircraft on Tuesday following the
latest fatal crash involving the jet.
DUBAI/PARIS, March 11 Airlines from North
America to the Middle East kept flying the 737 MAX 8 on Monday
after Boeing said it was safe, in stark contrast with a slide in
the planemaker's shares on worries over Sunday's Ethiopian
Airlines crash that killed all 157 on board.
* Cause of Ethiopian Airlines crash not known
(Adds Boeing, analyst comment, shares; paragraphs 2-7, 12-14)
PARIS, Feb 8 Air France KLM carried
around 7.4 million passengers in January, up 1.5 percent from a
year earlier, although its planes were slightly less full
compared to last year.
BEIJING, Jan 3 China's aviation regulator
published on Thursday plans for airline relocation to Beijing's
new mega-airport set to open this year and said it would let
foreign carriers decide which of the capital's airports they