Boeing Company cuts it monthly 737 aircraft production by nearly 20% in wake of 2 deadly crashes

Seattle : Boeing Company said it planned to cut its monthly 737 aircraft production by nearly 20% in the wake of two deadly crashes, signalling it does not expect aviation authorities to allow the plane back in the air any time soon.

Deliveries of Boeing’s best-selling aircraft were frozen after a global grounding of the narrow-body model following the crash of an Ethiopian Airlines jet on March 10, killing all 157 people on-board.

Boeing 737 aircraft production will be cut to 42 airplanes per month from 52 starting mid-April, the company said in a statement, without giving an end-date.

U.S. and airline officials said they now believe the plane could be grounded for at least two months, but an even longer grounding is a serious possibility.

The crash in Ethiopia and the crash of a Lion Air plane in Indonesia last October that killed all 189 people on board have left the world’s largest plane-maker in crisis.

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Presently, Asif Khan is an freelancer journalist from Lucknow. He has work under Ex. Nav Bharat Times special correspondent Mr. Vijay Dixit. Worked for IBC24 News Channel as video journalist from Lucknow. Worked with 4tv special correspondent Ghanshyam Chaurasiya (UP and Bihar). Worked as special correspondent in The Dailygraph. Worked in Jansandesh Times (digital platform) under special correspondent Capt. Tapan Dixit. He is now founder of online news publishing. Aim to get this banner on higher as setup TV Channel for News Readers.Contact : Mail : Cell : +91-9389067047

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