Listen: Airlines fear long grounding of Boeing 737 MAX jets after Ethiopian crash
"Today in Paris, French aviation. Authorities began examining the cockpit voice and flight data recorders of an Ethiopian Airlines jet analysts from the National Transportation Safety board have joined them as they try to figure out why the Boeing seven thirty seven max eight crashed Sunday not long after takeoff late yesterday. The Federal Aviation Administration ordered the seven thirty seven max fleet grounded after dozens of countries and airlines had already done. So as NPR's Russell Lewis reports the FAA's close relationship with the airlines, and the manufacturers it regulates is under scrutiny once again today at Ronald Reagan national airport outside Washington FA acting administrator Daniel L was defending his agency's delayed decision to ground the seven thirty seven max fleet. The FAA the US"