Boeing 737 MAX airplanes, along with one Boeing 787 at top, are parked at Grant County International Airport October 23, 2019 in Moses Lake, Washington.
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Boeing posted a $2.4 billion loss for the second quarter and said it plans to slow production of its main commercial aircraft as the coronavirus pandemic hurts demand for new planes and its best-selling 737 Max jets remain grounded.
Revenue fell 25% from the year-ago quarter to $11.8 billion below analysts estimates.
The pandemic has driven up financial losses at Boeing’s airline customers and hurt demand for new planes, though