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Saudi Airlines Cancels Order For Max Airplanes

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Saudi Airlines Cancels Order For Max Airplanes

Saudi Airlines Cancels Order For Max Airplanes

Boeing's crisis with their 737 Max continues.

Saudi Arabian airline Flyadeal has cancelled an order for almost $6 billion worth of Boeing 737 Max planes.

Flyadeal announced that it will order up to 50 planes from Airbus' A320neo family.

Flyadeal will now have an all-Airbus fleet.

Other airlines are demanding compensation from Boeing for problems with their Max 737.

The Max 737 remains grounded after two fatal crashes, and customers are also expressing fears about flying on the plane.

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