Honeywell CEO Says He’s “Bullish” On Boeing 737 Max Airplane

Darius Adamczyk says grounded aircraft has had a “modest” financial impact at Honeywell and he's "optimistic" it will be flying by summer.


23 May, 2019FORTUNE.COM

Honeywell CEO Says He’s “Bullish” On Boeing 737 Max Airplane | BEAM

Honeywell CEO Darius Adamczyk says he is “hopeful” that Boeing’s beleaguered aircraft, the 737 Max, will get back in service by summer. He believes the aerospace company is close to resolving the tech problems that caused two deadly crashes in March and grounded the planes all around the world.

This is a critical week for Boeing which is meeting with global regulators who will assess the software updates and other fixes the company has made....

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