U.S., Canada keep 737 Max 8 in the air, and that’s about the only good news for Boeing

Canadian aviation regulators have joined the U.S. in keeping Boeing Co.’s 737 Max jets in the air, at least for now, a spot of good news for the company as hundreds of its planes around the world have been grounded following the second fatal crash by that model in less than five months.

Transport Canada Civil Aviation said earlier Tuesday it was evaluating evidence and considering all potential actions, but has stopped short of grounding the planes as European, British, and several other countries’ aviation authorities and airlines have done. U.S. airlines, taking their cue from the FAA, have kept the plane in service.

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