Two more Chinese carriers—Air China and China Southern Airlines—have formally filed for compensation from Boeing over the grounding of the 737 MAX 8, joining China Eastern Airlines, which reportedly filed a claim May 21. This means the country’s three largest carriers have all filed its compensation claims for lost revenue and delayed deliveries with the US manufacturer following two high-profile crashes—which linked the aircraft’s maneuvering characteristics ...

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