Boeing also announced a maximum of 737 cancellations in November
The Boeing 737 Max aircraft will be parked on November 18, 2020 at the company’s manufacturing facility in Renton, Washington.
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Boeing said on Tuesday it had recorded more cancellations than orders for its 737 Max aircraft last month.
U.S. and Brazilian authorities last month allowed planes to fly again after 20 months of grounding following the crash of nearly new Max Jets in 2018 and 2019, which killed 346 people on two flights.
Boeing said customers, including Virgin Australia and lessee Air Lease, had canceled orders for the 88 Max aircraft. However, Virgin Australia has changed the lineup to add 25 out of 737 Max 10, which is a larger model that is expected to be offered starting in mid-2023.
Cole, the Brazilian airline, is the first airline to fly Max again commercially. The airline, one of the largest Max customers with 95 aircraft, said on Monday afternoon that it plans to launch Max flights from its Sao Paulo hub on Wednesday.
American Airlines is on track to become the first American carrier Restart commercial flights With the first routes between Miami and New York’s LaGuardia Airport on December 29 with the upgraded Max.
Boeing’s attachment in November was 4,240 aircraft, up from 4,275 a month earlier.
The company said it delivered seven aircraft this month, bringing its deliveries to 118 in the first 11 months of the year and 345 in the first 11 months of 2019.
Airbus, the manufacturer and its main competitor, have each been affected Corona virus crisis Many customers prefer to postpone deliveries or postpone new purchases.
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