Boeing’s return-to-service plan for the 737 MAX will focus on treating each aircraft as if it had just been delivered. “We will be assisting airlines as they reactivate airplanes out of storage and deploying support teams around the world,” Boeing Commercial Airplanes CEO Kevin McAllister said during a briefing at the Paris Air Show. "We will treat every one of these airplanes as if it was an entry-into-service. We will get it right.” Boeing is finalizing ...

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