Fixing the 737 Max and getting it back noticeable all around is critical for Boeing. But it’s not the only significant challenge confronting the embattled airplane producer. Boeing likewise needs to concentrate on its next generation of traveler planes.
The airplane producer has made its focus clear as it deals with getting the 737 Max affirmed to fly once more, which is relied upon to occur by the middle of this current year. The plane has been grounded since March, following two fatal crashes that killed 346 individuals. The almost year-long emergency has put orders and deliveries of a considerable lot of the organization’s jets on hold.
Tuesday, Boeing revealed that it didn’t get any new orders for commercial jets in January, contrasted with 45 orders every year back. Also, it just delivered 13 commercial planes in the month, down from 46 every year sooner.
The 737 Max emergency has stymied Boeing’s development. However, Boeing (BA) faces a more extended term risk that is significantly more critical to overcoming: Boeing is falling behind opponent Airbus and requirements to construct the next generation of planes to stay serious later on.
The 777X widebody plane has just been created and is experiencing its first round of test flights. However, its official debut has been pushed back in light of issues with its engine from General Electric (GE).
At the hour of the Max emergency, Boeing was anticipating delivering the 777X at some point this year. Be that as it may, in October, it pushed back the first delivery date to mid-2021.
Boeing has 309 orders of the 777X that are currently being deferred.
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