The United States now joining several countries around the world grounding the same type aircraft as the one involved in Sunday’s crash.
President Trump ordering the immediate grounding of all Boeing 737 Max 8 and 9 jets.
The president cited new information in the ongoing investigation into Sunday’s deadly Athiopian Airlines crash.
The 737 plane going down just minutes after takeoff Sunday, killing all 157 people on board.
It’s the second deadly crash on the same new plane in five months.
In October a Lion Air flight of the same plane crashing off the coast of Indonesia, killing 189 passengers.
The acting FAA administrator saying new information aligned the Ethiopian flight data to the Lion Air incident.
A satellite company disclosed that they provided requested data on the Ethiopian plane’s flight position to authorities.
More than 45 countries and 26 airlines across the globe have grounded the Max jets.
And on Wednesday, new revelations came out that showed some U.S. pilots filed anonymous complaints about the Boeing 737 in recent months.
One first officer saying the aircraft pitched nose down after autopilot was engaged.
The FAA would not speculate on how long the grounding would last.