Boeing remains confident that the Boeing 737 MAX will be cleared to fly in at least some parts of the world by year-end 2019, even as it acknowledges that regulatory reviews of required changes are taking longer than its return-to-service time line assumes. “We target regulatory approval for the 737 MAX return to service to begin this quarter,” Boeing president and CEO Dennis Muilenburg said on the company’s 2019 third-quarter (Q3) earnings call Oct. 23. Boeing began ...

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