The Paris Air Show shed no light on when the Boeing 737 MAX will return to service, but it did provide a major morale boost for the tattered model thanks to a 200-aircraft commitment from an airline consortium led by an iconic carrier.  The International Airlines Group (IAG) intent-to-purchase was the biggest single order announcement at the show, accounting for 80% of the new airliner business Boeing declared at the event. The MAXs are expected to be used with several IAG airlines, ...


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