Wednesday, 18 September 2019 08:14 GMT

Chinese airlines demand compensation from Boeing

(MENAFN) Two more Chinese airlines from the eastern province of Fujian have joined a number of others in the country, in seeking compensation from the Boeing Company after the suspension of the 737 Max aircraft.

Xiamen Airlines confirmed that it has requested compensation for economic losses caused by its 10 737 Max aircraft that have been grounded since March 11.

The airlines have moved the jets from airports in the coastal cities of Xiamen and Fuzhou to ones in the colder and drier northwest China for better protection.

According to Fuzhou Airlines, it suffered losses due to the grounding of its two 737 Max aircraft and delayed delivery of more.


Chinese airlines demand compensation from Boeing

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