As the curtain rises on the 53rd Paris Air Show, Boeing’s growing fleet of stored and undelivered 737 MAXs is a stark reminder of its industrial nightmare, lingering uncertainty for operators, and headlines focused on the now months-long grounding of its beleaguered narrowbody. With no firm date in sight for the aircraft’s return to service, and newly produced aircraft still coming off the line, the embattled OEM is drifting into deeper water with each passing week. Easily ...

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