Opinion: Why Boeing’s Troubles In China Run Deep

China Southern Airlines parked 737 MAXs
Credit: Greg Baker/AFP/Getty Images
China Southern Airlines’ Boeing 737 MAX flight on Jan. 13 was the first commercial operation of the type in China since the MAX was grounded in March 2019 following the Lion Air and Ethiopian Airlines MAX crashes. Boeing had delivered 97 737 MAXs to Chinese carriers before March 2019, and 138 more...
Sash Tusa

Aerospace and defense analyst Sash Tusa is a partner at Agency Partners. He is based in London.

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