by Mike ‘Mish’ Shedlock
Boeing has over-promised and under-delivered on getting the 737 Max back in service. In Jan, it will suspend production.
The Boeing 737 Max was grounded by Trump on March 13 following fatal crashes in Indonesia and Ethiopia that claimed a combined 346 lives.
Boeing expected flights to resume in a couple months, then by October, then December.
Boeing is the largest U.S. manufacturing exporter and one of the nation’s top private employers. The MAX is Boeing’s best-selling plane.