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737 MAX in various states of production in Renton
Boeing to halt 737 MAX production in January
As the recertification of the 737 MAX stretches on, Boeing announced this week that it will temporarily halt production of the 737 MAX. The manufacturer gave no timeline for the stoppage, but said it is prioritizing the delivery of already-built MAX.
Spirit Aerosystems, the supplier of 737 MAX fuselages, said today that in light of Boeing’s production freeze it will also suspend production on 1 January. Spirit says its financial position will be adversely impacted as 50% of its annual revenue comes from 737 components.
Read Boeing’s full statement on stopping 737 MAX production
Where 737 MAX are stored
Our updated list of where 737 MAX are stored
With over 700 aircraft in nearly 100 airports around the world, we’ve updated (and visualized) where the MAX are stored.
See where 737 MAX are stored around the world
An A330neo originally destined for WOW Air
Airlines that didn’t make it through the year
On our last episode of AvTalk this year we remember the airlines we lost in 2019, from small carrier Insel Air to the massive order book of Jet Airways.
Listen to AvTalk Episode 73
Atlas Air 767  N1217A in Miami
NTSB opens public docket in Atlas Air investigation
The NTSB opened the public docket for its investigation of Atlas Air flight 3591’s crash in Texas in February. The docket contains thousands of pages of factual reports detailing the investigation thus far. The final report and finding of probable cause are still forthcoming. 
A Far Eastern Air Transport MD-83

Just kidding! Far Eastern Air Transport says it mistakenly told everyone it was going bankrupt
Far Eastern Air Transport (FAT) announced its executives mistakenly told everyone it was going out of business after its Chairman had been absent for over two weeks. The airline remains subject to action from the civil aviation authority and its operations remain suspended pending their decision.

Review FAT routes and aircraft
American Airlines MD-82 N501AA
Follow the last ever American Airlines MD-80 flight
American Airlines retired their MD-80 fleet in September, but kept a few frames for donation to schools. The final ever American Airlines MD-80 flight will depart today for Lewis University.
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1st Air Caraïbes A350-1000
Air Caraïbes takes its first A350-1000
Air Caraïbes took delivery of its first A350-1000 this week. The airline has 3 A350-900s in the fleet already.
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A Beriev Be-200ES demonstrating a water drop in Istanbul.
A Beriev Be-200ES demonstrating a water drop in Istanbul.
A Lufthansa A380 taxiing in Munich
A Lufthansa A380 taxiing in Munich.
Storage in San Bernardino
Storage in San Bernardino.
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Interest and intentions
Qantas announced its preferred aircraft for the Project Sunrise test flights, but what does that mean? As it turns out, not much, yet.
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