HONOLULU - Aircraft manufacturing company Boeing will continue building new 737 Max planes, despite two fatal crashes involving the jets.

The company is still scrambling to get the planes back in the air after they were grounded indefinitely around the world this week in the wake of the incidents.

While Boeing will keep making 737 Max jets, they won't deliver any to airlines as they work to determine what caused two jets to crash within the past six months.

The most recent incident was Sunday, when an Ethiopian Airlines flight crashed, killing all 157 people on board.

Before that was the October Lion Air crash in Indonesia.