This could be the world's most expensive parking lot.
Dozens of grounded Boeing 737 MAX jets cluttering spaces near their Seattle factory.
And it's costing the planemaker a fortune.
Late Thursday (July 18) Boeing said it would take a 4.9 billion dollar charge in the second quarter.
That's to cover costs flowing from the MAX grounding.
The jets have been out of service since March following two fatal crashes.
Airlines around the world have been forced to cancel operations with the plane until November.
They want compensation.
Boeing also faces costs from cutting production of the planes.
Output down from 52 to 42 a month, meaning the company can't order parts in the same bulk as before.
Boeing shares rose two percent on the news though.
It projected a return to service for the MAX early in the fourth quarter.
And said production would be back up to 57 a month next year.
But the company faces probes by regulators around the world, as well as U.S. lawmakers.
Few would be surprised if the MAX stayed on the ground longer than expected.