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China’s air freight market becomes bright spot for Boeing amid US trade tensions, 737 MAX grounding

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]Boeing, struggling in China with sales of passenger planes due to trade tensions and the grounding of its 737 MAX, is upbeat about the outlook for freighter plane sales there as e-commerce demand booms.A three-year deadlock on Boeing plane orders was broken in May 2020 when China Cargo Airlines, owned by China Eastern Airlines, placed an order for two 777 widebody freighters. Boeing’s website shows 24 of the type have been delivered to China.“We’ve seen this really explosive demand for…

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Boeing, struggling in China with sales of passenger planes due to trade tensions and the grounding of its 737 MAX, is upbeat about the outlook for freighter plane sales there as e-commerce demand booms.A three-year deadlock on Boeing plane orders was broken in May 2020 when China Cargo Airlines, owned by China Eastern Airlines, placed an order for two 777 widebody freighters. Boeing’s website shows 24 of the type have been delivered to China.“We’ve seen this really explosive demand for…
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