Boeing Had No Plane Orders Last Month As It Tries To Rebound From Two Crashes

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Boeing. MUST CREDIT: Bloomberg photo by SeongJoon Cho.

Boeing received no new orders for planes in April, according to CNN, which could signal trouble for the company as it tries to rebound after two deadly crashes in less than a year.

The report follows Boeing’s revelation in its first-quarter data that it did not receive any new orders for its troubled 737 Max planes in March, and also the decline in deliveries of all 737 models — including the older 737-800.

According to CNN, the company said in a report released on Tuesday that it did not receive any new orders for its 737 Max jets nor its other popular aircrafts like the 787 Dreamliner or the 777 last month. The only orders Boeing reported for April were four 737 Max jets that were previously sold to Boeing capital, it said.

Read more at The Business Insider.

{Matzav.com}

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