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Lion Air CEO says possible will cancel Boeing 737 MAX orders

Reuters Thursday, 6 December 2018 ()
Indonesia's Lion Air is considering cancelling orders for Boeing Co 737 MAX jets following a crash that killed 189 people in October but has not yet made a decision, the airline's CEO Edward Sirait said on Thursday.
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