Boeing's 737 Max plane gets US safety clearance to resume flying

US safety regulators have cleared Boeing's 737 Max plane to fly again, lifting grounding orders put in place in March 2019 after two deadly crashes.
The move marks a key milestone for the firm, which was plunged into crisis by the tragedies and investigations that blamed it for the accidents.
Its financial woes deepened this year as air travel dropped due to the virus.
European aviation officials have said they are close to making a similar decision.

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