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Shares in the company fall dramatically after dangerous incident

Jessie Ramsdale
8. 1. 2024
2 min read

Boeing's stock fell dramatically after the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) ordered the grounding of dozens of Boeing 737 Max 9 aircraft due to an in-flight incident in which a door panel blew off, raising serious questions about the quality control and safety of the aircraft.

Monday morning brought a dramatic drop in Boeing stock after the FAA ordered the grounding of dozens of Boeing 737 Max 9 planes . The cause was a dangerous in-flight incident when a door panel on an Alaska Airlines plane blew off. The incident came at a key moment when Boeing was trying to bolster the reputation of the Max and introduced a new quality assurance control mechanism. The stock market reacted with a significant drop in the value of $BA+0.0% shares, which fell by up to 9%.

BA
$201.55 -$1.82 -0.89%
1 Day
-0.89%
5 Days
-4.26%
1 Month
-9.18%
6 Months
+4.07%
1 Year
+38.75%
YTD
+10.74%
5 Years
-38.05%
Max.
+26,190.18%

Boeing responded by issuing inspection orders for all Max 9 aircraft, a critical step to resume flights. However, despite these efforts,Boeing shares persisted in their decline.

The incident has drawn attention to Boeing, which is struggling to recover from a series of problems, including two tragic crashes, supply chain and quality issues in a time of pandemic. Boeing's CEO is trying to reassure investors about the company's future.

The FAA has issued an emergency order affecting approximately 171 Max 9 aircraft. The largest operators of this model are Alaska Airlines $ALK+0.0% and United Airlines $UAL+0.0%, which must now conduct thorough inspections of their aircraft.

Analysts have raised questions about quality control and the impact of inexperienced workers on the production of Boeing 737s. The incident happened with a nearly new plane, raising concerns about the safety of the aircraft.

The incident adds to the pressure on Boeing management , which now has to deal not only with technical issues but also with customer and regulatory confidence. Meanwhile, shares of European rival Airbus have risen asinvestors speculate about gaining more market share in the United States.

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Airbus SE

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+1.05%
1 Month
+4.04%
6 Months
+10%
1 Year
+42.15%
YTD
+19.81%
5 Years
+30.12%
Max.
+618.38%

Overall, Boeing faces another challenge that raises questions about safety, quality and the company's ability to handle technical problems.

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