All the airlines that have grounded the Boeing 737 Max plane around the world

flydubai's Boeing 737 Max 8 grounded.

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flydubai’s Boeing 737 Max 8 grounded.
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Lindsey Wasson/Reuters

Boeing 737 Max jets around the world will likely remain grounded until the end of the year, because of work being done to correct technical anomalies that are blamed for two deadly crashes involving the planes.

Here is a list of all the airlines that have grounded the 737 Max 8s.


Aeroméxico

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Aeroméxico Boeing 737-700 before landing at the Benito Juarez International Airport in Mexico City, Mexico.
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Carlos Jasso/Reuters

Source: CNN, El Universal


Aerolíneas Argentinas

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Aerolíneas Argentinas’ Boeing 737-700.
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Enrique Marcarian/Reuters

Of the 82 aircraft that make up Aerolíneas’s fleet, five of them are Boeing 737 Max 8s.

Source: Aerolíneas


American Airlines

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An American Airlines’ Boeing 737 Max 8.
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Shannon Stapleton/Reuters

American Airlines extended its 737 Max grounding through November 2, cancelling 115 flights per day.

Source: American Airlines


Cayman Airways

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Cayman Airways’ Boeing 737.
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Etienne DE MALGLAIVE/Gamma-Rapho via Getty Images)

Source: Cayman Airways


Air China

Air China has requested compensation from Boeing for the economic losses stemming from the grounding of its 737 Max fleet.

China ordered all Boeing 737 Max 8 planes grounded in March 2019.

Source: Reuters


China Eastern Airlines

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China Eastern’s Boeing 737.
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David Gray/Reuters

China Eastern Airlines also requested compensation from Boeing.

Source: Nikkei Asian Review, Reuters


China Southern Airlines

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China Southern Airlines’ Boeing 737 Max 8.
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David Ryder/Reuters

China Southern Airlines has also requested compensation from Boeing.

Source: The Wall Street Journal


Fuzhou Airlines

Source: The Wall Street Journal


Hainan Airlines

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Hainan Airlines’ Boeing 737-800.
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China Daily CDIC/Reuters

Source: The Wall Street Journal


Kunming Airlines

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Kunming Airlines’ Boeing 737-78S at Qingdao Liuting International Airport.
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byeangel/Wikimedia/CC 2.0/https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:B-2668_-_Kunming_Airlines_-_Boeing_737-78S_-_TAO_(12050181573).jpg

Sources: The Wall Street Journal


Lucky Air

Source: The Wall Street Journal


Shandong Airlines

Shandong Airlines also requested compensation from Boeing.

Source: Xinhua Net


Shanghai Airlines

Source: The Wall Street Journal


Shenzhen Airlines

Source: One Mile At A Time, The Wall Street Journal


Xiamen Air

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Xiamen Air’s Boeing 737-800.
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Erik De Castro/Reuters

Source: One Mile At A Time, The Wall Street Journal


Comair Airways

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Comair’s Boeing 737 at Windhoek Hosea Kutako International Airport.
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indeedous/Wikimedia/CC 2.0 https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Comair_Boeing_737_at_WDH_2013.JPG

Source: CNN, Washington Examiner, Flight Global


Eastar Jet

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Eastar Jet’s Boeing 737-86N.
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Marcio Rodrigo Machado/S3studioGetty Images

Source: The Korea Times, CNN,


Ethiopian Airlines

Ethiopian Airlines’ Flight 302 was one of two flights of the 737 Max 8 jet that ended in a deadly crash.

Source: CNN, Washington Examiner, BBC


Fiji Airways

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Fiji Airways’ Airbus A330-243.
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Marcio Rodrigo Machado/S3studio/Getty Images

Source: Fiji Airways, Reuters, CNN


flydubai

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flydubai’s and Royal Air Maroc’s grounded Boeing 737 Max 8s.
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Lindsey Wasson/Reuters

Sources: Reuters, CNN


Garuda Indonesia

Garuda Indonesia announced it was canceling a $6 billion order for 49 Boeing 737 Max jets in March.

Source: Business Insider


GOL Linhas Aéreas

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GOL Linhas Aéreas’s Boeing 737-700.
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Sergio Moraes/Reuters

The company has seven 737 Max 8s in its fleet of 121 Boeing aircraft.

Source: CNN, GOL Linhas Aéreas


Icelandair

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Icelandair’s Boeing 737 MAX aircraft.
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Lindsey Wasson/Reuters

Source: Icelandair


Lion Air

Lion Air Flight 610 was the first deadly Boeing 737 Max incident. It happened in October 2018, crashing into the Java Sea just 12 minutes after takeoff.

Source: New York Times, CNN


MIAT Mongolian Airlines

Source: Washington Examiner, Jakarta Post, Xinhua Net


Norwegian Air

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Norwegian Air’s Boeing 737 Max 8.
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Lehtikuva/Heikki Saukkomaa via Reuters

Source: Reuters, CNN


Okay Airways

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Okay Airways’ Boeing 737-900.
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STR/AFP/Getty Images

Source: One Mile at a Time


Oman Air

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An Oman Airways plane.
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GeographyPhotos/Universal Images Group via Getty Images

Oman Air suspended Boeing 737 Max flights from July 7 to Aug. 31, 2019.

Source: Oman Air


Royal Air Maroc

Source: Reuters


S7 Airlines

Source: Reuters


SilkAir

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SilkAir’s Boeing 737 Max 8 plane.
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Edgar Su/Reuters

Sources: CNN, Airliner Watch


Smartwings

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Smartwings’ Boeing 737-800.
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Philippe Huguen/AFP/Getty Images

Seven of the airline’s 40 planes were the Boeing 737 Max.

Source: Radio Prague


TUI

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TUI Airways’ Boeing 737 Max 8.
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Nicolas Economou/NurPhoto via Getty Images

Source: CNN


Turkish Airlines

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Turkish Airlines’ Boeing 787-9 type Dreamliner.
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Hakan Burak Altunoz/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images

Sources: CNN, Turkish Airlines


United Airlines

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United Airlines’ Boeing 737 Max 9.
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Justin Sullivan/Getty Images

Source: United Airlines