Boeing’s 737 Max Can Fly Again in Europe. What It Means for Airbus Stock.

Jack Denton
·3 min read

The (BA)737 Max can fly again in Europe, as the all-clear from regulators ends nearly two years on the tarmac for the plane, which was grounded in the aftermath of two deadly crashes. The European Union Aviation Safety Agency cleared the plane to fly on Wednesday, having grounded the 737 Max in March 2019. Shares in the Seattle, Washington-based aircraft manufacturing giant rose around 0.5% in the New York premarket following the announcement.