REUTERS The State Aviation Service of Ukraine has decided to prohibit all Boeing 737-8 Max and Boeing 737-9 Max flights from March 13, 18:00 Kyiv time (16:00 UTC). The move is temporary, and comes in an aftermath of a deadly crash of an Ethiopian Airlines flight. "It is forbidden to fly Boeing 737-8 MAX or Boeing 737-9 MAX aircraft, within, from or over the territory of Ukraine," the report said. Read alsoUkSATSE receives EASA certificate as national provider of air navigation services The European Aviation Safety Agency earlier banned Boeing 737 MAX 8 flights in its airspace following the Ethiopian Airlines tragedy. It came after Germany, France, and Britain announced national prohibitions, according to Deutsche Welle. EASA later said it would be grounding all flights involving the plane, widening a prohibition to all EU member states. An Ethiopian Airlines Boeing 737 passenger jet to Nairobi crashed early on Sunday, killing 149 passengers and eight crew, the airline said, the same model that crashed during a Lion Air flight in Indonesia in October.