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Boeing 737 MAX grounding continues to weigh on Southwest at BHM

bizjournals Monday, 21 October 2019
The grounding of the Boeing (NYSE: BA) 737 MAX 8 continued to weigh on Southwest Airlines Co.'s passenger count in September. That's according to the latest data from Birmingham-Shuttlesworth International Airport While all other airlines reported year-to-date growth at BHM in September, Southwest Airlines (NYSE: LUV) saw 29,791 fewer passengers compared to 2018. As we previously reported, Southwest attributes its recent declines to the recent grounding of the Boeing 737 MAX 8 aircraft. American…
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News video: The Financial Toll on Boeing from the Grounding of Its 737 MAX Jet

The Financial Toll on Boeing from the Grounding of Its 737 MAX Jet 01:14

Boeing’s profits have plummeted while its 737 MAX jet continues to be grounded. Pennygem’s Justin Kircher has the story.

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