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Boeing 767 plane on fire, safe landing at Fukuoka Airport, Japan

Original title: Boeing 767 aircraft fire, company's share price may fall again

According to the latest news from, a Boeing 767 taking off in Japan caught fire and had to return to Fukuoka Airport for an emergency landing. It is reported that the passengers and crew were not injured. Affected by the news, Boeing shares are likely to fall again. Let's take you to a simple understanding of Boeing's relevant situation.

A Boeing 767 plane caught fire. According to reports, an All Nippon Airways Boeing 767 airliner flying from western Japan to Tokyo's Haneda airport had an engine fire during takeoff and had to return to Fukuoka Airport for an emergency landing. It is understood that the crew of the Boeing 767 aircraft reported engine failure shortly after taking off at 9:50 a.m. Japan time on Thursday, and the plane made an emergency landing at 10:15 a.m. Japanese Transportation Ministry officials said no injuries were reported to the 270 passengers and eight crew members on board.

It is worth mentioning that Boeing's 737max aircraft's ability to go around is still uncertain, and Boeing recently said it would consider further reducing production or even suspending the production of the aircraft. As a result, Boeing's share price fell on Monday. Boeing has also repeatedly warned investors that if the ban lasts longer than expected, it may cut production again or temporarily close production lines. Boeing CEO Dennis & middot mullinburg said a total shutdown could be 'more effective' than another cut.

Further production cuts or shutdowns will further put pressure on Boeing, which is facing increasing costs from the 737max suspension. The company took on nearly $5 billion in after tax costs in the second quarter to compensate Airlines hit by the flight ban. In addition, the suspension will affect companies that make parts for the 737max. It is understood that the suspension of 737max has cost airlines, such as Southwest Airlines, hundreds of millions of dollars in revenue.

The above is the introduction of 'Boeing 767 on fire', hoping to give you some help. It is worth noting that Boeing's share price rose more than 1% on Wednesday and is currently quoted at $330.68. But affected by the news of the plane fire, the company's share price is likely to fall on Thursday. Small editor reminds: stock market has risk, investment should be cautious!