Boeing CEO Dennis Muilenburg remains confident that regulators will clear the 737 MAX to fly again this year but suggests that the volume of requests and growing variance between regulators is making that target more difficult to meet. Speaking at a Morgan Stanley investor conference Sept. 11, Muilenburg reiterated Boeing’s target of an “early fourth quarter” return to service for at least some of the 385 MAXs grounded since mid-March. “The principal schedule risk on ...

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