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Boeing sales tumble as the company gets no orders for the 737 Max for the second straight month

Boeing received orders for only four new planes in May—and for the second straight month, none for its best-selling 737 Max, as fallout continues from the blowout of a side panel on a Max during a flight in January.
 
The results released today compared unfavourably with Europe's Airbus, which reported orders for 27 new planes in May.
 
Boeing also saw Aerolineas Argentinas cancel an order for a single Max jet, bringing its net sales for the month to three.
 
The dismal results followed poor figures for April, when Boeing reported seven sales — none of them for the Max.


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