Saudi Arabian airline flyadeal will wait until investigations into two Boeing 737 MAX crashes are completed before deciding whether to proceed with a signed order for 30 of the jets, its chief executive said on Friday. (Reuters World News) More
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Boeing's $600 billion-plus order book for its 737 Max began shaking after several big customers threatened to reconsider their purchases in the wake of the ...
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Saudi Arabia's flyadeal 'in a holding pattern' over Boeing deal Arabian Business
Saudi Arabian budget carrier flyadeal will wait until investigations into Boeing 737 MAX crashes are finished before making a final decision on a planned deal ...
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Britain's interior minister Sajid Javid said social media firms must take action to stop extremism on their channels after Friday's shootings at two mosques left at ...
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