China Eastern Airlines claims that the 737MAX grounding has little impact on the company and has filed a claim with Boeing.

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 China Eastern Airlines claims that the 737MAX grounding has little impact on the company and has filed a claim with Boeing.


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China Eastern Airlines officials said at the April 9 performance conference that the Boeing 737MAX grounding incident had little impact on the company, because the grounding occurred after the Spring Festival Transport. At present, China Eastern Airlines has lodged claims with Boeing.

China Eastern Airlines said at a performance briefing that in 2019, China Eastern Airlines planned to introduce 60 new aircraft, including 11 Boeing 737 MAX aircraft. At present, there are 14 Boeing 737 MAX aircraft out of service, including 11 sorties by Shanghai Airlines and 3 by Yunnan Airlines. As the grounding incident occurred after the end of the Spring Festival, the overall market is a little weak at this time, with little impact. The inadequate capacity due to grounding needs to be allocated from the overall market, mainly using the original Airbus A320 series to replace.

China Eastern Airlines executives also said, In less than a months time, the overall impact on our earnings is not significant. But follow-up should be based on the entire civil aviation authority, including Boeing, to further judge the aircraft, so far should have little impact. For 737MAX aircraft, we all pay more attention, and the overall impact needs to be further observed. Eastern Airlines believes that 737MAX aircraft will not take too much time, there will be a clear result, aircraft problems, not to a large extent to change the introduction plan.

On the sensitive issue of claims, China Eastern Airlines executives said, China Eastern Airlines has communicated with Boeing many times since its chairman, and we are also making demands in this regard. Ultimately, it depends on whether the grounding is a defect in aircraft design or a problem in its own operation. In addition, according to the requirements of the Civil Aviation Administration, China Eastern Airlines is not the only one affected. According to CNN, Boeing faces $2 billion in compensation. The company has grounded a huge amount of compensation of $2 billion, and as the grounding continues, the amount of compensation increases every day. After the crash of Ethiopian Airlines, many airlines have sought compensation for cost and revenue losses due to the suspension of 737MAX8. The first public claim is Norwegian Airlines, which said in an e-mail: We hope Boeing will accept the claim. Source: Global Times - Global Network. More exciting, please log on to the World Wide Web http://www.huanqiu.com responsible editor: Pan Qingqing_NBJS5830

On the sensitive issue of claims, China Eastern Airlines executives said, China Eastern Airlines has communicated with Boeing many times since its chairman, and we are also making demands in this regard. Ultimately, it depends on whether the grounding is a defect in aircraft design or a problem in its own operation. In addition, according to the requirements of the Civil Aviation Administration, China Eastern Airlines is not the only one affected.

According to CNN, Boeing faces $2 billion in compensation. The company has grounded a huge amount of compensation of $2 billion, and as the grounding continues, the amount of compensation increases every day. After the crash of Ethiopian Airlines, many airlines have sought compensation for cost and revenue losses due to the suspension of 737MAX8. The first public claim is Norwegian Airlines, which said in an e-mail: We hope Boeing will accept the claim.