Europe has now banned Boeing’s 737 Max — should U.S. passengers be concerned?

Numerous countries and air carriers have now grounded the Boeing 737 Max 8 aircraft following the deadly crash of Ethiopian Airlines Flight 302 over the weekend. But how concerned should you be?

On Sunday, the Boeing BA, -6.15% plane plunged minutes after taking off from Addis Ababa’s airport, killing all 157 people aboard. Ethiopian and American safety regulators are on the scene, along with Boeing officials. Investigators recovered flight data and voice recorders.

Sunday’s crash came five months after a Lion Air flight using the same plane model crashed into the Java Sea soon after leaving a Jakarta Airport, leaving 189 people dead.

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