‘We’re Going to Ground the Plane’: How Boeing’s Max Was Parked
Steve Dickson, administrator of the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), wears a protective mask while bringing a Boeing Co. 737 Max airplane to a stop after a test flight in Seattle, Washington, U.S. (Photographer: Mike Siegel/The Seattle Times/Bloomberg)

‘We’re Going to Ground the Plane’: How Boeing’s Max Was Parked

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(Bloomberg) -- For days after the second fatal crash of a Boeing Co. 737 Max last year, one nation after another halted flights on the beleaguered jetliner.
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