U.S. airlines are laying out plans to reintegrate their Boeing 737 MAXs by mid-August at the latest, factoring in the time needed to get the grounded aircraft back into the fold, based on a tentative timeline that has U.S. regulators approving Boeing-developed fixes by mid- to late June. The plans, reflected in flight schedules that have the MAXs removed, are based on input from the FAA and Boeing. The timeline hinges on software and training changes that must be in place before the agency ...

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