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Boeing Reportedly Received No New Plane Orders Last Month

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Boeing Reportedly Received No New Plane Orders Last Month

Boeing Reportedly Received No New Plane Orders Last Month

Business Insider is reporting that Boeing reportedly received no new orders for planes in April.

That could signal trouble for the company.

Boeing is trying to rebound after a series of deadly crashes this year.

According to CNN, the company issued a report on Tuesday which revealed that it did not receive any new orders last month.

The airplane manufacturer's sales have slumped in the wake of two deadly crashes, both of which involved 737 MAX planes.

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