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Grounded Boeing 737 planes are filling up car parks as global flight ban continues

Grounded Boeing 737 planes are filling up car parks as global flight ban continues

Airplanes, as the name would suggest, are meant to be flying up high in the air, which is why having one parked along cars, trucks and several other land-dwelling vehicles is quite the plane sight to see.

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Images of flightless Boeing 737 MAX aircraft have
been popping up across social media.

This one is parked right smack in the middle of a car park…

Several birds seen gathered together for warmth…

Just look at all of em cutely sitting in rows…

The iconic 737 MAX – Boeing’s latest line of efficient, single-lane aircraft – was recently placed under a worldwide flight ban following the fatal crash of Ethiopian Airlines jet which killed 157 people in March and Lion Air jet in Indonesia last October killing all 189 onboard.

The Boeing 737 MAX is the fourth generation of the 737 series meant to compete with the Airbus A320neo line of aircraft
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Both incidents were believed to have been caused due to issues in the 737 MAX’s sensory equipment and software.

The aviation giant currently has over 500 737 MAX jets grounded across the globe as Boeing seeks regulatory approval for the fixes made to their flock.

The company is reportedly forking up around $2,000 (roughly RM8,286) for each parked plane.


Over 100 birds alone are perched around the company’s factory in Washington State, US filling up the company’s parking lot while the factory keeps churning out new ones every day.

Catch this video to see the many big birds that are nestled around the Boeing facility.

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