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Boeing profit slashed as cost of 737 MAX grounding climbs to $9.2 billion

Aerial photograph shows a stockpile of Boeing 737 MAX airplanes parked while awaiting FAA approval for a technical fix before they can be delivered to customers. This parking area is along the west side of Boeing Field and just south of the South Park Bridge. 

Photographed on June 19, 2019. 210631

Boeing said it assumes that it will get approval for the 737 MAX's return to service by the end of the year and that it will gradually increase the production rate next year, from 42 to 57 jets per month by late 2020.

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