Boeing expects 737 Max to be flying again by end of year

Boeing expects its embattled 737 Max will return to the skies by the end of 2019 as its bottom line continues to take a hit from the fleet’s continued grounding.

The company said in its latest financial results, once federal regulators approve the 737 Max’s return to service Boeing will begin ramping up its production rate for the jets from 42 planes per month to 57 per month by late 2020. The Chicago-based aerospace giant cut production of the planes in April.

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