Boeing 737 Max: How an Australian facility stores the aircraft | FT

A desert facility at Alice Springs gets a boost from storing grounded Boeing 737 Max airliners. Aerospace group Boeing is temporarily halting production of the planes in January following the jets’ grounding around the world in March after two fatal crashes. The FT’s Jamie Smyth reports. Read more at

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