Boeing gave its MAX return-to-service projection a vote of confidence amid clear signs of uncertainty, while moves in its Commercial Airplanes division, including a leadership change, are acknowledgments that the grounded narrowbody is not the manufacturer’s only major problem. The Chicago-based company still sees initial regulatory approvals for the MAX by year-end—a timeline it laid out in July as part of financial projections to support a $4.9 billion after-tax charge linked ...

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