China Southern Removes Boeing’s 737 Max From Fleet Plans

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Boeing Co.’s biggest airline customer in China has removed more than 100 737 Max jets from its fleet plans, citing uncertainty over deliveries. Danny Lee reports on Bloomberg Television. (Corrects to remove the word “axes” from headline and to remove misleading graphic from video.)

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