Boeing Orders Slip Below 5,000 On MAX Cancellations

Boeing Co. said Tuesday that its jetliner order book slipped below 5,000 for the first time in seven years as customers canceled more deals for 737 MAX jets.

The aerospace giant scrubbed another 108 MAX jets from its backlog and downgraded the status of deals for another 101 planes because of airlines’ weakening financial health in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. It didn’t lose any deals for larger wide-body aircraft.


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