Amid mounting concerns that the grounding of Boeing’s 737 MAX family may well extend beyond April, the company is evaluating a range of contingency plans to ferry completed aircraft to storage sites while deliveries to operators remain at a standstill. Although MAX-series aircraft are currently prohibited from being flown by U.S. operators and in U.S. territory, special flight permits for the purposes of ferrying to storage and production flight testing are allowed under terms of the ...

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