The Boeing 737 MAX has been grounded in many countries after two crashes. Photo: AFP

Hong Kong’s Civil Aviation Department should be able to act without reference to US, experts say after Boeing 737 MAX banned in wake of Ethiopian Airlines crash

  • Industry insiders agree city regulator made the right call in banning the plane following the crash that killed 157 people
  • But they add it could have come more quickly, without regard for its counterpart in the maker’s home country
Topic |   Hong Kong aviation

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The Boeing 737 MAX has been grounded in many countries after two crashes. Photo: AFP
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