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Boeing 737 Max Expected To Be The Final Version Of the World's Best-Selling Airliner

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Published on March 19, 2019 - Duration: 00:44s

Boeing 737 Max Expected To Be The Final Version Of the World's Best-Selling Airliner

According to a report by Business Insider, last week, the US Federal Aviation Administration issued an emergency order to immediately ground all Boeing 737 MAX airliners flying in the US.

The decision came after two 737 MAX 8 jets crashed under strikingly similar circumstances within a period of four months.

The grounding brings fresh attention to Boeing's game-changing 737-family of narrow-body airliners, as Boeing reportedly boasts a backlog of 5,826 planes worth more than 400 billion dollars, 80% of those orders being for 737s.

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