SINGAPORE—Two more Chinese carriers formally filed for compensation from Boeing May 22 over the grounding of the Boeing 737 MAX 8, joining China Eastern Airlines which first did so on May 21. China’s largest carrier China Southern Airlines and flag-carrier Air China have confirmed with Chinese state media that claims have officially been filed. This means that the country’s three largest carriers have all filed compensation claims for revenue lost by the MAX groundings, ...

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