Boeing Sees a December Delivery Surge Thanks to 737 MAX Return

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Boeing (NYSE: BA) ended a miserable year positively, with the return of the 737 MAX fueling an uptick in deliveries and boosting the aerospace giant to its best quarter of 2020.

The company reported 39 military and commercial deliveries in December, 27 of them 737 MAX planes. American Airlines Group took 10 of them and United Airlines Holdings took eight, in the early stages of working through a backlog of more than 400 planes that were assembled during the 20 months in which the 737 MAX was grounded.

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