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737 Max: Two years on
737 Max: Two years on

Two years on: How the 737 Max grounding changed Boeing and the industry

Two years since its global grounding, airlines are now steadily returning their Boeing 737 Max aircraft to commercial operations following the FAA’s regulatory green light late last year. But during a tumultuous period for the industry as a whole, the impact for the manufacturer, its customers and regulators has stretched far beyond simply returning the type to service.

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