Boeing CEO sticks to fourth quarter timeline for 7
Boeing's chief executive has reiterated his expectation that the company will deliver the 737 Max's updated software to the Federal Aviation Administration next month, which should enable regulators to lift the grounding by year-end.
Muilenburg's comments come nearly three weeks after the Chicago company disclosed that timeline, which led several airlines to shift further into the future the date on which they expect their Max will return to scheduled flying. Several airlines now have the aircraft returning in January.
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