Boeing shares climb after regulator says 737 MAX 'safe'

New York (AFP) – Boeing shares climbed on Friday following a report that the European air safety regulator is ready  to allow the 737 MAX jet to return to the skies after its worldwide grounding.Shares in the US aviation giant were was up 2.5 percent around 1745 GMT after Patrick Ky, executive director of the European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA), told Bloomberg the plane could start flying before the end of the year.The 737 MAX was grounded globally in 2019 after crashes in Indonesia and Ethiopia killed 346 people, plunging Boeing into crisis as the MAX underwent a lengthy review proce…

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