Aviation regulators have been grounding Boeing 737 Max 8 jets following a deadly Ethiopian Airlines crash.
The plane crashed minutes after take-off on Sunday, killing all 157 people on board.
It was the second disaster in five months involving this type of aircraft.
Here is list of the airlines that have the 737 Max 8 in their fleet, and - where indicated - any actions regulators and individual airlines have taken in response to the disaster.
Governments and regulators
Australia's Civil Aviation Safety Authority - suspends operation of all 737 Max models flying into and out of Australia
Brazil's aviation regulator - suspends operation of all 737 Max 8 models
Canada's Civil Aviation Directorate - said that three Canadian airlines, operating 41 Max 8 jets, would be unable to use them in Canada's airspace
China's Civil Aviation Authority - orders domestic airlines to suspend 737 Max 8 flights
European Union Aviation Safety Agency - suspends flight operations of all 737 Max 8 aircraft to, from and across its airspace
France - aviation authority bans 737 Max aircraft from its airspace
Germany - transport Minister says 737 Max 8 banned from its airspace
Hong Kong's Civil Aviation Department - bans all 737 Max jets to, from and across its airspace
India's Ministry of Civil Aviation - grounds 737 Max planes immediately
Indonesia - grounds 737 Max 8 jets ahead of inspections
Malaysia's Civil Aviation Authority - bans 737 Max 8 aircraft from its airspace
New Zealand's Civil Aviation Authority - suspends operation of 737 Max aircraft to or from New Zealand
Polish Civil Aviation Authorities - closes airspace for 737 Max 8
Singapore's Civil Aviation Authority - suspends operation of all 737 Max models flying into and out of Singapore
UK Civil Aviation Authority - suspends operation of 737 Max models in UK airspace
US Federal Aviation Administration - issues a "continued airworthiness notification" for the 737 Max 8, telling airlines it was safe to fly
Vietnam's Civil Aviation Authority - bans 737 Max models from Vietnam airspace
Of the airlines continuing to operate the aircraft
Air Italy - "in constant dialogue with the authorities"
American Airlines - "full confidence in the aircraft... will closely monitor the investigation"
Fiji Airways - "training... meets highest safety standards"
Flydubai - "monitoring"
S7 - "constantly keeping in touch with the manufacturer"
Southwest Airlines - "in contact with Boeing"