The Boeing Co. has invited more than 200 airline pilots, technical leaders and regulators to the home of its assembly of the 737 MAX in Renton on Wednesday to provide more details on its work to return the aircraft to service.
That follows meetings with some U.S. customers over the weekend, which Boeing confirmed via email to the Wichita Business Journal.
Company spokesperson Paul Bergman says Boeing continues to schedule meetings to share information, all as it works alongside the Federal…
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Boeing bringing in hundreds for 737 MAX meetings this week