The Boeing 737 MAX, suspected of being a defect machine, is tightly packed in the parking lot
The ' Boeing 737 MAX 8 ', which has caused a series of
Boeing Has So Many Grounded 737 Max Planes Waiting to Be Fixed They're Parking Them in the Employee Parking Lot
Boeing 737 Max: Desert Parking Costs $ 2,000 a Month Per Plane-Bloomberg
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The following movie is an aerial shot of Boeing 737 MAX waiting for repairs overflowing the employee parking lot, taken at Seattle's local television station ' KING 5 News ', which is Boeing's knee.
Aerials of 737 MAX planes parked at Boeing Field, Renton factory-YouTube
The Boeing Renton Plant , located in Washington, USA, is a plant that manufactures Boeing 737 MAX .
Within the Renton plant site, there are many jets lying in a space that is considered to be an open-air maintenance area.
Under the jet, a Boeing employee was working.
And it was the
The logo printed on the aircraft is from the Turkish national airline '
Spanish airline '
Rich in international colors such as Chinese airline '
The Indian airline '
According to Boeing's spokesman, 'This is in line with the company-wide logistics plan, and we are not leaving the aircraft unplanned,' but a huge jet and passenger car will live together The strange sight has become a topic on SNS, and Twitter is tweeted as 'Historical moments that remain in aviation history!'
Historical moment in Aviation history! ✈️— Aviation photo ✈ (@Airplane_pic) June 23, 2019
Aerial images show 737 MAX aircraft parked in the staff car park because there is no more capacity left at the airport. Pic.twitter.com/TZ3MKH8rdM
In Instagram, 'Airplane! Airplane!' Is posted.
According to a study of Bloomberg, the economic magazine, Boeing 737 MAX's 'parking fee', which has over 500 machines, costs $ 2000 a month (about 210,000 yen) per month. Furthermore, despite the fact that the Boeing 737 MAX had a second crash in March 2019, it was also found that the Renton Plant continued to produce the same machine at a pace of 50 or more machines per month until April 2019. The overall inventory cost is estimated to be $ 12 billion (approximately 1,300 billion yen) by the end of September 2019.