CBC | Boeing insists fix to 737 Max software will 'get it right,' but flights are likely still months off

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Published: 18Jul2019

It's the height of the summer travel season, and if the country's major airports are anything to go by, commercial flights are humming along at a brisk clip, but there's not a 737 Max jet in sight — and likely won't be for months.

There is a huge need for the planes, said Karl Moore, an associate professor at the Desautel Faculty of Management at McGill University who studies corporate strategy and organization and has advised several major airlines, including Air Canada.

"There's growth in airlines around the world, and that's the forecast for a number of years and an overall larger demand from travel," he said.

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