Boeing chief executive Dennis Muilenburg says the grounded fleet of 737 MAXes could be back in the air by the end of 2019.
Boeing has scrapped its full-year earnings forecast for calendar 2019 due to the impact of the global grounding of its 737 MAX program.
Boeing says it has invited about 200 aviation professionals to its Renton facility in Washington State for a technical briefing due to be held on Wednesday, March 27.
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Boeing has embedded its own staff at companies in its supply chain to support efforts to increase the production rate of the 737 to 57 aircraft a month.
Revelations about the Boeing 737MAX have kept coming while investigators work out what caused two crashes and regulators probe its certification process.