With the Boeing 737 MAX grounded worldwide, airlines are grappling with the fallout as they near the busy summer timetable. The airframer may face massive compensation claims and some, although limited, cancellations of existing orders. More than 370 MAX aircraft were in operation when the grounding took effect in the days after the March 10 crash of Ethiopian Airlines Flight 302. With around 100 deliveries to several different airlines, China’s air transport industry is the most ...

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