Four months after the federal regulatory authorities founded Boeing's 737 MAX aircraft fleet, the space giant continues to handle the fall of a few fatal accidents involving the aircraft, reports no new orders from the built-in jets and a decline in commercial aircraft. air transport.
The Chicago-based company saw a drop in aircraft deliveries in the first six months of 2019, when 239 commercial aircraft were shipped in that timeframe, according to figures published by Boeing on Tuesday. The deliveries of Boeing's commercial aircraft fell 37% from the first half of 201
Boeing has not seen new orders for its 737 MAX for three months now, an overview of what the company had best selling aircraft. However, the problems have turned out to be a boon to the rival Airbus, which delivered 389 jets in the first half of the year, a 28% increase from the previous year.
After leading to international regulatory authorities, the Civil Aviation Authority removed 737 MAX from commercial service in mid-March after the aircraft were involved in two crashes that killed all 346 passengers on board. One study revealed the connection between the two events was a problem with the 737 MAX anti-stall system.
Boeing went to work with a software solution after crash and the patch was completed last month. While completion brought jets closer to returning to heaven, the foundations have continued to talk summer travel schedules for airlines that have been forced to cancel flights.
The airline also cuts the production of 737 MAX to 42 jets per. month, down from 52.