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Air China Is The Latest Airline To Demand Payback From Boeing

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Air China Is The Latest Airline To Demand Payback From Boeing

Air China Is The Latest Airline To Demand Payback From Boeing

Air China and two more of China's largest airlines have become the latest carriers to look for compensation from Boeing.

The 737 Max plane remains grounded around the world following two fatal crashes.

Air China, China Southern Airlines, and China Eastern Airlines have requested compensation from Boeing.

The plane maker has dealt with grounding of their Max planes and the delayed deliveries of more of the plane model.

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