WASHINGTON—Boeing’s top executive remains hopeful that the Boeing 737 MAX will be cleared to fly before summer’s end and is pledging to ensure affected operators are compensated regardless of how long the disruption lasts. Boeing CEO Dennis Muilenburg, addressing attendees at the Aspen Ideas Festival June 26, declined to provide a specific timeline for when the company believes the MAX will be cleared to fly again. But, he said, a return by the end of summer “is ...

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