Minimum 3-6 Month Boeing 737 MAX Production Shutdown Seen...
The ramifications of a lengthy Boeing 737 MAX shutdown are huge...
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December 17, 2019 - by Scott Hamilton for leehamnews.com
Boeing announced yesterday a suspension in production of the 737 MAX line. It didn't put a timetable to the shutdown.
But one aerospace analyst predicts the shutdown will be a minimum of three to six months.
The reason? Boeing listed as its new priority, after recertifying the airplane, as clearing out the inventory of 400 stored new-production aircraft.
- LNA was the first outlet to raise the prospect that Boeing was nearing a decision point on whether to reduce or suspend production. The post has two graphics: one shows where the MAXes are stored and the other shows deliveries vs production.
SunTrust Robinson Humphrey made the prediction in a note issued after Boeing's after-market announcement yesterday.
The ramifications of a lengthy shutdown are huge...
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