Boeing (BA) recently reported a major decline in the sale of 737 MAX jet deliveries for the month of April. Deliveries dropped to 4 in April from 19 in the previous month, as the aircraft struggles with an electrical problem that has re-grounded the aircraft. Boeing started delivering the 737 MAX airlines in December nearly after two years as the jet returned to service following a long ban.
The company said it delivered 17 airplanes in April in total, including nine 787 Dreamliners, two each 767s and 777-freighters, and four 737 MAX jets. The planemaker informed that the customers canceled 17 737 MAX airplane orders in April.
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