Indonesia's national flag carrier Garuda is the first to cancel a $4.9 billion order for 50 Boeing 737 MAX jets after two deadly crashes in less than six months raised concerns about the plane's design.
The cancellation is a new blow for Boeing as the American aerospace giant has been forced to temporarily halt the delivery of the 737 MAX while the cause of the recent crashes remains up in the air.
Ethiopian Airlines Flight 302 crashed on 10 March while en route to Nairobi, Kenya, killing all ...
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