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Boeing considers suspending or halting 737 Max production

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Boeing considers suspending or halting 737 Max productionPlanemaker has been told by the FAA that aircraft cannot return to service before 2020 Boeing is considering whether to cut or halt production of its grounded 737 Max after the Federal Aviation Administration said last week it would not approve the plane’s return to service before 2020. The US...
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Boeing is cutting production of the grounded 737 Max in January, CBSN reported.

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