Ethiopian 737-8 Crash Not Enough To Disrupt Boeing Production, Yet

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WASHINGTON—Boeing’s reputation and stock price will be bruised after the Mar. 10 crash of an Ethiopian Airlines 737 MAX 8, but financial analysts suggest the effect will be relatively short-lived—and importantly for suppliers, should not affect continued production of the key program. “The Ethiopian...
Michael Bruno

Based in Washington, Michael Bruno is Aviation Week Network’s Executive Editor for Business. He oversees coverage of aviation, aerospace and defense businesses, supply chains and related issues.

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