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this could be the world's most expensive parking lot dozens of grounded Boeing seven three seven Max jets clustering spaces near this Seattle factory and it's costing the plane maker for June late Thursday Boeing said it would take a four point nine billion dollar charge in the second quarter that is to cover costs flowing from the Max grounding the jets have been out of service since March following two fatal crashes , %HESITATION lines around the world have been forced to cancel operations with the plane until November they you want compensation Boeing also faces costs from cutting production of the planes out put down from fifty two to forty two a month meaning the company called toward a pulse in the same boat as before Boeing shares rose two percent on the news though it projected a return to service will the Max early in the fourth quarter and said production would be back up to fifty seven a month next year , what's the company faces probes by regulators around the world as well as US lawmakers , you would be surprised if the Max stayed on the ground longer than expected