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Boeing Diverts Some 737 Max Orders From China
Published on: 2022-09-19
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Boeing will begin to remarket some 737 MAX jets earmarked for Chinese customers.

Chief Executive Dave Calhoun and Chief Financial Officer Brian West discussed the need to remarket some of the planes at separate events.

"We have deferred decisions on those planes for a long time. We can't defer that decision forever. So we will begin to remarket some of those airplanes," West said at a Morgan Stanley conference.

Calhoun, speaking to reporters on the sidelines of an aviation event in Washington, expressed pessimism about resuming deliveries in China.

On the need to remarket some jets, he said, "We'll do it in a very slow way because I want to protect our customers in China but you can't wait forever. You've got to move them and there is a big market."

Boeing said in July that it had about 290 undelivered airplanes and about half were designated for Chinese customers.



当地时间9月15日,波音公司首席执行官Dave Calhoun在一次公开会议上透露上述信息。“我们会以非常缓慢的方式进行(转售),因为要保住中国客户。”他称,“但你不能永远等下去”。

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