Boeing said June 18 it was “very satisfied” with the early in-service performance of the 737 MAX 8 with its lead customer, Malaysia’s Malindo Air. The aircraft has only been in service for a matter of weeks, but there have been “no issues so far,” Boeing VP and GM-737 MAX program Keith Leverkuhn said. “We have 3,700 to build and deliver, as one [aircraft] isn’t a data point we can hang our hat on, but first indications are that our preparations ...

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