Boeing Takes 737 MAX Retrofit Hit, Says Certifications Progressing
Boeing’s fourth-quarter financials included a “small” charge to cover the costs of 737 MAX retrofits required by European regulators and U.S. lawmakers as part of the model’s ongoing safety improvements following fatal accidents in 2018 and 2019. “The provision to retrofit the fleet was taken in the...
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