DUBAI/PARIS, March 11 (Reuters) – Airlines from North America to the Middle East kept flying the 737 MAX 8 on Monday after Boeing said it was safe, in stark contrast with a slide in the planemaker’s shares on worries over Sunday’s Ethiopian Airlines crash that killed all 157 on board.

It was the second such incident involving the latest model of the plane since October, when all 189 people on board a Lion Air 737 MAX 8 died in Indonesia, putting the jet under the safety spotlight and prompting questions from passengers.

Low-cost giants including Southwest of the United States

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