The Chicago-based manufacturer on Tuesday posted 150 cancellations of its beleaguered 737 Max jets in March. Brazilian airline Gol canceled 34 of the narrow-body planes and leasing firm Avolon scrapped orders for 75 of them, a move it announced earlier this month. Net cancellations in the month totaled 119 thanks to 31 orders for wide-body passenger planes and military aircraft.
That brought net cancellations for the first three months of the year to 307 planes, a sharp turnaround for a company that just over a year ago was aiming to increase output of its planes to meet strong demand.
Boeing’s airline customers are now facing the steepest drop in demand ever recorded because of Covid-19 and harsh measures like stay-at-home orders to slow its spread. The pandemic comes on top of the more than year-long grounding of the 737 Max after 346 people were killed in two crashes.
Source : CNBC
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3월 한달간 B737맥스 발주취소가 150대 증가, 전체 발주취소 물량이 307대를 기록했다고 발표함
3월 발주취소물량 중 34대는 브라질 GOL 에어라인, 75대는 항공기 리스회사 Avolon