Boeing cancels Christmas bonuses for staff amid ongoing 737 Max crisis
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January 5, 2020 - by Alan Tovey for telegraph.co.uk
Boeing cancelled Christmas for its 2,500 UK staff by not paying festive bonuses as the aerospace giant feels the squeeze from 737 Max groundings.
The US aerospace giant is hemorrhaging money after two of the jets crashed in five months, leading to the 737 Max being grounded in March.
Boeing continued to build the jets after a second crash but has been unable to deliver them to customers and get paid.
In December the company said it would halt production this month as uncertainty grows about when a fix will be certified and the airliner can return to service...
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