Boeing to resell some 737 Maxes built for Chinese airlines

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The Seattle Times

Boeing’s top executives said Thursday they will begin to resell some of the 737 Maxes built for Chinese airlines, a signal of impatience with the protracted closure of the Chinese aviation market. About 150 Maxes meant for China are in storage, some parked for more than three years, as the Chinese government continues to block deliveries of the jets. Boeing CEO Dave Calhoun and CFO Brian West in separate appearances said they can no longer wait for China to open up and start taking the airplanes. “We have deferred decisions on those planes for a long time. We can’t defer that decision forever,…

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