Analysts predict Boeing's planned production halt of its embattled 737 Max plane could slow GDP growth next year.
Senators grilled CEO Dennis Muilenburg about safety, cover ups and government oversight.
The longer the company's 737 Max jet stays grounded, the more impact Boeing suppliers and customers feel.
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Boeing's 737 Max jets have been grounded since March. The repercussions are starting to add up for the plane maker and its airline customers.
The overall deficit getting bigger isn't necessarily a bad thing, said Dan Ikenson, director of the Herbert A. Stiefel Center for Trade Policy Studies at the Cato Institute.
Southern California Logistics Airport also provides plane storage, maintenance and technician training.
Investors and airline customers are waiting for information on when the Boeing 737 Max will be allowed to fly again.
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?