The longer the company's 737 Max jet stays grounded, the more impact Boeing suppliers and customers feel.
Companies that want to sell planes turn to brokers, who work a little like real estate agents.
The problem appears to be related to how pilots can control the jet if the system that automatically pushes its nose down malfunctions.
Orders for autos, metals and business machinery were all down.
Southern California Logistics Airport also provides plane storage, maintenance and technician training.
Major airlines have decided to suspend use of the plane through the summer season.
As production of the 737 is cut back, could there be an opportunity for Boeing's competitors?
The Ethiopian government has published its preliminary report into the plane crash that killed all 157 people on board last month. It was the second crash involving a Boeing 737 Max in five months. The report found that the crew on the Ethiopian Airlines flight followed all the procedures provided by Boeing, but still weren’t able […]
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