The 737 Max’s return risks accidentally breaking the aviation industry
Who knows what the other guys are going to do?" said one Boeing official.
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July 11, 2019 - by Jon Ostrower for theaircurrent.com
Airbus has kept its distance while Boeing's 737 Max continues to be grounded, but prior to the Paris Air Show, Guillaume Faury, Airbus's Chief Executive, got involved.
Faury voiced concerns about both the strategic and practical fall-out from different countries applying divergent regulatory standards to the return to service of the 737 Max.
"This is something I have shared with a couple of people in the industry to make sure they keep this in mind," he said in an interview with The Air Current.
"What I know is...
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