Malaysia Airlines suspends taking delivery of Boeing 737 MAX

VNA
Malaysia Airlines said on January 15 that it has suspended taking delivery of 25 Boeing 737 MAX planes, citing the plane's delayed return to service since it was grounded last year following two fatal crashes.

According to the airline, it decision was made after reviewing the production stoppage and the delayed return to service of the 737-MAX.
The carrier had been due to take delivery of its first 737 MAX in July 2020 but last year its chief executive said the introduction to service could slide beyond that.
Boeing 737 MAX planes have been grounded since March 2019, after two crashes killed 346 people.

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