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Oman postpones Boeing 737 MAX flights


Oman on March 12 blocked Boeing Co 737 MAX airplane from flying to or from the Sultanate, subsequent to a deadly crash relating the US plane maker’s newest model in Ethiopia.

The Public Authority for Civil Aviation “is momentarily postponing operations of Boeing 737 MAX airplane into and out of all Omani airports until more notice,” it said in a tweet.

State-owned Oman Air operates five 737 MAX 8 aircraft, according to its website, the similar kind operated by Ethiopian Airlines that crashed on March 10.

China, Australia, Singapore are amongst countries who have provisionally stopped the airplane from flying since the crash.


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