WASHINGTON—Boeing 737 MAX operators still don’t know when they will be cleared to put their aircraft back in service, but one thing is certain: getting the 370-aircraft fleet back flying presents a significant logistical undertaking for the airlines, suppliers, and the manufacturer. Data compiled by Aviation Week shows that the 53 operators flying MAXs when regulators grounded them in mid-March have their aircraft parked at 94 different locations around the globe. Some of the ...

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