Boeing calls its 737 most popular all the time.
The US aircraft manufacturer hoped that the new 737 MAX 8 would lead to a new era of passenger safety.
But two fatal accidents in five months raise serious questions.
Aviation analysts have observed remarkable similarities between Sunday's Ethiopian Airlines crash and one of the same aircraft in Indonesia in October.
More countries are landing more countries and passengers are canceling their trips.
But Boeing and US aviation regulators say there is nothing to worry about.
Who's right? And will the Sunday accident affect confidence in modern air travel?
Performer: James Bays
Kyle Bailey – Pilot and former US Federal Aviation Administration Safety Team representative.
Todd Curtis is a former safety engineer at Boeing.
Matt Driskill – Editor of Asia Aviation Magazine.
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