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Boeing pauses 737 MAX deliveries in wake of deadly crash


Travelers everywhere take note: according to Reuters, Boeing has announced that is is halting deliveries of its 737 MAX aircraft to customers. The decision to halt deliveries of the planes is coming after the grounding of the jetliner around the world. Boeing is the world’s largest plane maker and this is by far the worst crisis the company has had to respond to in years.

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