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Boeing suffers more canceled orders for 737 Max

Boeing suffers more canceled orders for 737 Max

Boeing has reported more cancellations for its 737 Max jet. Orders for 88 of the planes were canceled in November, pushing the total to 536 for the year. Boeing said it delivered seven commercial jets during November, bringing total deliveries in 2020 to 118. European rival Airbus delivered 64 planes in November and 477 for the year.

Timothy
Timothy
James
James 2 months

To be fair the Max 8 has to be the most mechanically scrutinized aircraft ever so it will likely have no issues in the future or liabilities will become an issue for all the governments charged with ensuring the aircraft is safe. Me thinks O'Leary at Ryanair will buy as many sale priced aircraft as he can.

M. Schlegel
M. Schlegel 2 months

The max isn’t the only problem Boeing has and it’s obvious in the statistics. Corona obviously didn’t do them any good either (I would have flown like 8 to 10 transatlantic flights this year and due to corona had to limit it to 2, damaging the company I work for along the way... and yeah, I know it’s bad for the environment and try to fly as little as possible), but in many cases they just simply don’t have attractive options compared to Airbus. It is highly expensive for an airline to switch airplane makers, if not for this, Boeing would be in even bigger troubles. There are several airplane sizes where Boeing needs new models. And the 747 should have been discontinued a long time ago but was kept alive for airforce one.

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