Boeing liabilities could grow with grounding of Max fleet

Jack Stewart Mar 14, 2019
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Tails of Boeing 737 aircraft are pictured at Boeing Field, on March 16, 2018 in Seattle, Washington. Stephen Brashear/Getty Images

Boeing liabilities could grow with grounding of Max fleet

Jack Stewart Mar 14, 2019
Tails of Boeing 737 aircraft are pictured at Boeing Field, on March 16, 2018 in Seattle, Washington. Stephen Brashear/Getty Images
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The entire fleet of Boeing’s 737 Max aircraft remains grounded today after the Federal Aviation Commission joined with regulatory bodies around the world by ordering an temporary halt of flights. It’s after two crashes, in Ethiopia and Indonesia, in the last six months. Boeing is now trying to fix both the planes and its reputation. 

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