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Fleet of Boeing 737 Max to be Parked in the Middle of Australia

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Singapore Airlines Ltd.’s SilkAir has relocated the first of its six Boeing Co. 737 Max aircraft to central Australia for storage, as the global grounding of the jet continues following two deadly crashes within the past 12 months.

Boeing pilots flew the aircraft to Alice Springs on Monday, Singapore Airlines said in an emailed statement. The Australian government’s Civil Aviation Safety Authority said Friday that SilkAir would begin transferring its planes today.