Chinese airline demands compensation from Boeing over 737 MAX grounding

Eastern China became the first Chinese company to demand compensation over 737 MAX grounding from the American Aircraft Building Corporation Boeing. According to thepaper.cn, the airline from China is demanding compensation for the grounding of 14 aircraft of this series. As previously reported, two Boeing 737 MAX aircraft crashed - these are the aircraft of Ethiopian Airlines and the Indonesian company Lion Air. As a result of these tragic events that took the lives of people aboard, about 20 countries have closed their territories for the passage of these aircraft, and airlines have ceased to exploit them. Currently, the US airline eliminates the identified errors in the maneuvering correction system.

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