查询词已翻译为：Saudia Company Abandons Boeing MAX to Buy Airbus Aircraft
During 2018, Boeing (NYSE: BA) and Airbus (NASDAQOTH: EADSY) faced a difficult backdrop for winning new commercial aircraft orders due to trade tensions, slowing growth in China, and long order backlogs. Nevertheless, it looks like the past year was another solid one for both aircraft manufacturers. However, one thing appears to have changed in 2018.
If the numbers hold throughout the year, Airbus could replace Boeing as the world's largest aircraft maker. Boeing's big decline in deliveries confirms the extent to which the 737 MAX crisis has dented its standing following two recent crashes that killed 346 people. Boeing in June again reported no new orders for the 737 MAX.
Qatar buys Boeing aircraft in 'very large transaction,' Trump says ... Boeing lost a key order to rival Airbus. Saudi Arabia's flyadeal said it was terminating a prior order for Boeing's 737 ...
An airline dropped a $6 billion order for Boeing's embattled 737 Max planes, turning to European rival Airbus instead to grow its fleet as the crisis with the aircraft continues. Saudi Arabian ...
(Bloomberg) — Boeing Co. won a huge endorsement for its troubled 737 Max aircraft, as the parent company of British Airways promised to build its future short-haul fleet around the model with a ...
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If the numbers hold throughout the year, Airbus could replace Boeing as the world's largest aircraft maker. Boeing's big decline in deliveries confirms the extent to which the 737 MAX crisis has ...
Boeing won a major vote of confidence at the Paris Airshow on Tuesday as British Airways owner IAG signed a letter of intent to buy 200 of its 737 Max aircraft that have been grounded since March ...
“NEO” has been the operating word for Airbus at the Paris Air Show 2019. Having launched its brand-new A321XLR jet, the longest range variant of the A320 Family, the company has not only racked up 226 demand for the new plane, but also expanded the A320 NEO orders and commitments to just over 250 worldwide.