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Boeing's decision to cut production of it seven thirty seven aircraft hit shares of its suppliers on Monday and Boeing shares were also down nearly three percent in early trading a rocky start to the week after Boeing said late on Friday it planned to cut its monthly seven thirty seven aircraft production by nearly twenty percent following two deadly crashes a signal that the company does not expect aviation authorities to allow the plane back in the air anytime soon deliveries of Boeing's best selling aircraft were frozen after a worldwide grounding of the Max aircraft following the deadly Ethiopian airlines jet crashed in early March our team is determined to keep improving on safety Boeing has not admitted liability but says it is working to eliminate the risk of a Roni is activation of the so called anti stall system with a software update and pilot training production will be cut to forty two planes per month from fifty two starting in mid April the company said without giving an end date