According to Business Insider, Boeing's global 737 Max fleet has been out of operation since March 13th. The grounding of the fleet is in response to two deadly crashes involving the aircraft model. Boeing has also suspended customer deliveries of the 737 Max but has maintained production at a pace of 42 aircraft a month. As a result of the company's production schedule, , Boeing's storage lots are overflowing with undelivered 737 Max aircraft.

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