Even though Boeing has stopped delivering new 737 Max aircraft to customers, the company is still making the planes—but it’s running out of tarmac to park them on.
The 737 Max has been effectively grounded worldwide since March 13 as a response to two fatal crashes in five months. And while Boeing also suspended all deliveries as it works on a solution, it continues production, though at a slower rate.
At peak production, Boeing was manufacturing up to 52 planes a month, but …
Source URL: Boeing is Running Out of Room For its Planes As The 737 Max Crisis Continues
Source Website: Advance Engineering – Engineering.com