Boeing's apology at Paris show couldn't help gain orders; Airbus leaded
Just as the Paris Air Show started, the aerospace firm, Boeing apologized for the 2 deadly crashes. It's CFO Greg Smith during the show also said that to restore the brand image they are also open to change 737 MAX aircraft's name. But even after the apology, the giant couldn't bag even a single order leaving the way for Airbus who led with orders worth $13 bn. Airbus got major order from Air Lease Corp. worth $11 bn.