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Ray LaHood, Former US Transport Minister March 8, 2017 in Washington, DC.
Former transport secretary Ray LaHood urges the Trump administration to land all the Boeing 737 Max jet aircraft after Sunday's deadly crash in Ethiopia and others less than five months ago by Indonesia.
On Monday, the FAA said it had no reason to land the jets. Boeing noted the decision on Tuesday and said it was not scheduled to give new guidance to pilots "based on the information available."
In January 2013, after two Japanese carriers experienced battery-related failures, all Boeing 787 Dreamliner jets were taken out of service in the United States. LaHood's management months in the US, while Boeing repaired the battery systems on the planes to make sure they didn't get fire.
LaHood told CNBC on Tuesday that the Boeing 737 Max rays should be out of service before there is "full confidence that see planes are safe. "