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Airlines with buyers' remorse may use Boeing 737 MAX ban to revise orders

Reuters Friday, 15 March 2019 ()
The grounding of Boeing's global 737 MAX fleet has brought headaches for airlines that need to find alternative aircraft to fly in their place, but it has given some carriers a welcome opportunity to re-evaluate orders for the plane.
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