Virgin Australia has decided to delay its Boeing 737 MAX orders for two years, the first major move by the carrier’s new CEO as he seeks to improve the carrier’s near-term financial health. The carrier has restructured its MAX order after reaching a revised agreement with Boeing. The first of its 48 MAX orders is now scheduled to arrive in July 2021, instead of November 2019 as previously scheduled. As part of the deal, Virgin has converted more of its MAX ...

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