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US could approve Boeing 737 MAX before mid-year: source

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US could approve Boeing 737 MAX before mid-year: sourceNEW YORK: US air safety regulators could clear the Boeing 737 MAX to return to service before mid-year, a person close to the process said Friday. Boeing shares rallied following a CNBC report that the Federal Aviation Administration signaled to airlines that the MAX could be approved to resume flights before mid-2020. A source close to the process...
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