Boeing says no new orders for 737 MAX in July

Tuesday, 13. August 2019 17:33

American aircraft manufacturing giant Boeing completed another month with no new orders for its 737 MAX airplanes, the company said on Tuesday.

The controversial jets have been grounded since March following the Ethiopian Airlines flight 302 crash that killed all 157 on board.

The aircraft-maker failed to get any new orders for the 737 MAX from May to June this year and it reported a $4.9 billion charge due to the 737 MAX grounding.

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