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Grounded Boeing 737 Max Jets Get White-Glove Care So They Can Fly Again

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Southwest Airlines has parked its Boeing 737 Max jets in storage in Victorville, California, east of Los Angeles. Bloomberg

Skift Take: Often, when airlines fly planes to the desert for storage, they never fly again. But this is different. Airlines need to make sure the aircraft will be ready to go back into service when the FAA lifts its ban. That requires considerable work.

— Brian Sumers

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