New York (CNN Business) – Boeing devrait perdre environ 90 commandes d’avions en raison de « problèmes géopolitiques » liés à l’invasion de l’Ukraine par la Russie, a annoncé mardi la société.
The aircraft maker said it is not canceling the orders — yet. But it has placed them in an accounting limbo which it uses when there are questions about whether jet orders on its books are likely to be completed.
The company disclosed Tuesday that it added 141 jets to that accounting classification in March. About two-thirds of those orders — or just more than 90 — are for 737 Max jets that have been affected by the war in Ukraine and related economic sanctions. LINK TO ARTICLE