Boeing to Sell China-bound 737 MAX Jets to Others

DALLAS – Boeing’s CEO, David Calhoun, stated today, September 16, 2022, that the manufacturer will no longer wait for China to greenlight the 737 MAX that remains in storage and has been so ever since its initial grounding.

Over 400 Boeing Boeing 737 MAX jets were stored at the Boeing facility back in March 2019 and of these nearly 140 were supposed to have headed for various Chinese carriers and lessors.

Calhoun further said, “We are not delivering airplanes to China. We certainly wish we could. We are remarketing a small portion of them. We continue to defer production of any read more ⇒

Source:: “Airways Magazine”

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