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Aviation Financiers Tackle Aircraft Shortages Amid Boeing 737 Max Turmoil

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As the aviation industry grapples with the aftermath of a mid-air cabin blowout on a Boeing 737-9, financiers are convening for the first time to address the intensifying aircraft shortage and heightened safety concerns. The incident, involving an Alaska Airlines jet earlier in January, has pushed Boeing into a renewed safety dilemma, prompting increased regulatory scrutiny and factory inspections. (www.airguide.info) More...

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thenotoriousrob
rob strong 1
Not once did they mention 737 MAX 7. Which is what they're talking about. Wouln't be surprised if WN brings back all their old 700s though.
thenotoriousrob
rob strong 1
Oops wrong article

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