Mid-August marked five months since the last Boeing 737 MAX fleet’s revenue flight and customer delivery as well as—most significantly—its second fatal accident. While Boeing is making progress on changes needed to convince regulators that the latest iteration of its venerable narrowbody is safe to fly, the timing remains fluid. The road ahead is littered with unanswered questions. As for how one of the industry’s most successful and best-selling models ended up ...

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