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3/13/2019 - THE ENTIRE GLOBAL FLEET OF 737 MAXs HAS BEEN GROUNDED.
3/12/2019 - EUROPE and UK joined several other nations in ground 737 MAXs from operating in their airspace, pending investigation of Ethiopian accident. BOEING says FAA is not mandating any further action at this time, and based on the information currently available, it does not have any basis to issue new guidance to operators.
3/11/2019 - ETHIOPIAN AIRLINES confirmed fatal crash of 737 MAX 8 (62450) on March 10 after takeoff from Addis Ababa; It has recovered the DFDR and CVR and has grounded its remaining MAX fleet.
3/6/2019 - SOUTHWEST AIRLINES says schedule interruptions due to unavailable aircraft are costing millions of dollars each week; it is currently in a legal battle with AMFA-mechanics over root of cause.
3/5/2019 - LIBERTY HALL CAPITAL PARTNERS has acquired Pacific Northwest-based ONBOARD SYSTEMS, which produces external cargo handling equipment for civil and military helicopters.
3/4/2019 - THE CARLYLE GROUP agreed to make equity investment in NORDAM to fund its exit from Chapter 11, de-lever the business and fund growth; the Siegfried family will retain 55% ownership in company.
3/1/2019 - UNITED AIRLINES broke ground on 407,408 sq ft Technical Operations Center (TOC) at LAX.
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