The recent Paris Air Show provided a dramatic stage for an unexpected, emphatic boost to the Boeing 737 MAX’s public perception, as International Airlines Group (IAG) announced its intention to purchase 200 of the grounded model—easily the largest order-related announcement unveiled during the weeklong aerospace extravaganza. But even as industry pondered the move’s significance, events taking place in the U.S. would soon further complicate the grounded fleet’s ...

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