Return of the MAX
November 24, 2020
11:00 EST / 16:00 GMT
The FAA’s approval for the Boeing 737 MAX to fly again ends a long, dark chapter in the evolving story of how the aircraft’s saga is changing aviation safety. But key questions remain. How long will it take for airlines to get grounded and undelivered aircraft back into service? What kind of pilot training is required? What are the long-term implications for the FAA and other regulatory agencies? And how vital is the MAX to Boeing’s financial recovery?
Special guest Rob Spingarn, the global head of Aerospace/Defense Equity Research at Credit Suisse, joins Aviation Week editors to answer those questions and more.
Sean Broderick, Senior Air Transport & Safety Editor, Aviation Week Network
Guy Norris, Senior Editor, Aviation Week Network
Robert Spingarn, Global Head Aerospace/Defense Equity Research, Managing Director, Credit Suisse
Moderated by Joe Anselmo, Editorial Director, Aviation Week Network
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