WASHINGTON—American Airlines is confident that two stakeholder gatherings in the coming days will help provide clarity on when the Boeing 737 MAX fleet will be cleared to fly again, a top executive said. “Both of these are really big meetings, I think,” American Airlines president Robert Isom said at the Wolfe Research Global Transportation Conference May 21. “I expect, and I hope, that we have some better clarity to the path to get the aircraft back up and ...


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