Boeing 737 Max update: More trouble for US aircraft manufacturer as it halts deliveries while assembly continues

More troublesome signs emerged for Boeing Co.’s 737 Max as the U.S. appeared likely to keep the jet on ground into April and satellite data suggested a link between the March 10 Ethiopian Airlines crash and an Indonesian disaster in October.

Meanwhile, the aircraft’s order book looked increasingly shaky as Garuda Indonesia said it would slash its purchase and French President Emmanuel Macron got set to hawk competing Airbus SE jets on a trip to China.

Key Developments:

Boeing said it has paused deliveries of the jetliner The Max appears likely to remain grounded in the U.S. through April Indonesian flag carrier Garuda trimmed its Max orders France prepared to decode the flight data and voice recorders Read More

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