Boeing has posted its 2019 first-quarter results, which indicate the initial financial impact of the 737 MAX crashes and groundings as well as acknowledging continued uncertainty about the full cost. The US manufacturer’s April 24 earnings release was the first quarterly posting since the March 10 crash of an Ethiopian Airlines MAX and the subsequent worldwide grounding of the new narrowbody. Revenue and profit were down year-over-year, as expected, although the numbers were roughly ...

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