The unexpected removal of more than 400 new narrowbodies from the global fleet via the Boeing 737 MAX grounding is sure to have repercussions in the aftermarket, but predicting them is proving challenging. Regulators grounded the 376-aircraft MAX fleet in March after the second fatal 737 MAX 8 crash in less than five months. Adding in the 30-40 MAXs per month that airlines would add under normal circumstances, and the global fleet is managing the unexpected unavailability of more than 400 ...

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