This was a second deadly incident involving the relatively new Boeing model in five months.
The largest operator of 737 Max 8s in the US, Southwest Airlines, is offering passengers scheduled to fly on one of the Boeing planes the chance to change their bookings.
Officials at Lion Air have said sensors on their plane produced erroneous information on its last four flights, triggering an automatic nose-down command that the pilots were unable to overcome on its final voyage.
"Rosaviatsia has issued a Notice to Airmen (NOTAM) stating that the flights of this type of aircraft [Boeing 737 MAX 8 and 9 - TASS] in Russian airspace are banned until further notice", he said.
Lion Air has not yet decided whether to cancel the order for 737 MAX, Putut said.
"An Ethiopian delegation led by Accident Investigation Bureau (AIB) has flown the Flight Data Recorder (FDR) and Cockpit Voice Recorder (CVR) to Paris, France for investigation", the airline said in a statement on Thursday.
"It seems like the worst is over for Boeing, and the fact that the USA fleet is grounded means they have time to come up with for a fix for this", Mr. Ghriskey said.
The airline had to assign new planes to those flights after the grounding was ordered on those jets Wednesday. The airline, which has 34 of the 72 US -based Max planes that were in operation, cancelled 39 flights Thursday due to the grounding.
Ethiopian investigators likely avoided sending the data to the US because the FAA certified the airworthiness of the Max and has a relationship with manufacturer Boeing, said Goelz, who is now an aviation consultant. We are working closely with our airline partners to determine the impacts at YLW. Its stock is down about 11 percent since the crash, wiping more than $26 billion off its market value.
Boeing chief Dennis Muilenburg said he supported the U.S. decision "out of an abundance of caution" but had "full confidence" in the safety of the plane.
Though it maintains the planes are safe, Boeing has supported the FAA move.
The Federal Aviation Administration said a review had showed "no systemic performance issues" and that there was no basis for grounding the aircraft.
On Wednesday, both Canada and the USA. announced the aircraft would be temporarily grounded in North America, citing concerns stemming from a deadly plane crash in Ethiopia on Sunday that killed 157 people, including 18 Canadians.
Since the jets were grounded, North American carriers have been wrestling with customer calls and flight cancellations.
It was unclear if United States transport authorities review the database or investigate the incidents.
Yesterday the FAA said 737 Max airliners would not be allowed to fly until new software had been "tested, approved and installed", a process likely to last until May, according to USA politicians briefed on the situation.
The MCAS, which stands for Manoeuvring Characteristics Augmentation System, is created to prevent the plane stalling when making steep turns under manual control.
In addition to Lion Air's alleged split from Boeing, several other companies are reconsidering their own ties with the American company.
Ethiopian Airlines CEO Tewolde GebreMariam said Sunday the flight's captain Yared Mulugeta Getachew, 29, was an experienced aviator with more than 8,000 flight hours.
Moody's rating agency said the fallout from the crash would not immediately affect Boeing's credit rating.
"The fact the system was fighting the pilot was not an unintended effect", because it should counteract a pilot error and correcting this is "challenging".
Flight ET 302, heading to Nairobi from Addis Ababa, crashed about 50km outside the Ethiopian capital six minutes after taking off.
Initial reports indicated that the Iron Dome missile defense system was launched to intercept one of the incoming rockets. The Israeli military is reporting air-raid sirens in southern Israel, signaling new rocket fire out of the Gaza Strip.
The plan would also aim to curtail mergers between companies like Facebook's acquisition of Instagram and WhatsApp. Facebook pledged to give people the ability to appeal decisions on reports filed on other people's content.
Celebrity, Kim Kardashian-West, has promised to pay five years of rent for former Tennessee inmate, Matthew Charles . Charles took to social media and expressed his gratitude towards Kim Kardashian after he came to know about the news.
Mayor Mark Bogen said on Wednesday that he had planned to introduce his proposal to the county commission for a vote. Third-party websites like FlightRadar24 also list aircraft types for commercial flights.
Glandian said she would welcome cameras because "demonstrably false" evidence has been presented against her client. Police at the time said the attack was a publicity stunt because the actor was upset about his pay on the show.
The ABC hosts debated whether an impostor had traveled with Trump to Alabama to check on tornado damage and survivors. The first lady's spokeswoman Stephanie Grisham called the show's joking on the subject "shameful".
After Samsung released the Galaxy S10 Android 9 kernel on its open source center, developer Mishaal Rehman got around digging. Some of the features of the Galaxy S10 include Samsung's best screen yet, the world's first Dynamic AMOLED display.
Giants Agree To 4-Year Deal With WR Golden Tate
He didn't break the bank in free agency , but he was able to find himself a long-term deal with guarantees. "Certainly has a lot of interest", Rapoport said of Tate during a Thursday appearance on NFL Network.
Facebook struggles to deal with epic outage
The blackout lasted more than 12 hours for some people, with users in North America and Europe being the most affected. As of Thursday morning, the only good news for Facebook is that plunging stock price appeared to have found a floor.
Gambino crime family boss gunned down on Staten Island
Some of the indictments included murder, drug trafficking, robbery and extortion, according to The Mob Museum . No description of a suspect is now available, and no arrests have been made, according to an NYPD spokesman.