January’s Ethiopian Airlines crash, which killed 157, was the second Boeing 737 MAX to crash in just a few months, Photo: Le Toan Viejet’s consideration on whether to retain the $20-billion order for Boeing 737 MAX aircraft has aggravated the crisis of the US-based aircraft maker. Last week a representative of Vietjet told VIR, “We are following the Boeing 737 MAX case and will decide whether we will put the aircraft into commercial operation after receiving the official conclusion, and guidance from the global aviation authorities as well as the Civil Aviation Authority of Vietnam.” Also discussing the issue with VIR, a representative of Bamboo Airways, which ordered 30 Boeing 787-9 aircrafts, revealed no intentions to continue with the purchase of the 737 MAX. “Currently, Boeing 737 MAX has been banned across the world. Even Boeing has also temporarily halted manufacture of this type of aircraft.” The two crashed Boeing 737 MAX airplanes as well as the global ban may lead to the company losing $600-billion worth of orders for more than 5,000 planes across the world. 157 people died in February’s Ethiopian Airlines crash, shedding further doubt on the safety of Boeing 737 MAX aircraft just a few months… Read full this story
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