Boeing 737 MAX. Courtesy, Boeing Boeing earned a net profit of $923 million in the first quarter, up 58% over $586 million in net income in the prior-year period, on a 30% jump in revenue to $19.38 billion. “Airline industry fundamentals remain intact,” chairman, president and CEO Jim McNerney told analysts and reporters. “Global demand for commercial airplanes is strong and growing. Passenger demand remains resilient. Cargo [traffic] remains below long-term trends ...

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