Boeing has lost another order for its grounded 737 Max aircraft after Saudi Arabian budget airline flyadeal announced it will opt for a fleet of Airbus A320 jets. The airplane manufacturer will not proceed with a provisional $5.9 billion (£4.7 billion) order. Flyadeal has been reconsidering a commitment to order the Boeing jets after two Max aircraft crashed in Ethiopia in March and Indonesia last October. The two disasters killed a total of 346 people, triggered the global grounding of the aircraft, impacting Boeing’s market value. Flyadeal announced it would take delivery of 30 A320neos ordered by its parent, state-owned

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