Boeing 737’s, many of which are MAX 8 and 9’s in various stages of completion, are seen parked next to the 737 factory across the runway from the Renton Municipal Airport on March 15. (Mike Siegel/The Seattle Times/TNS)

Boeing 737’s, many of which are MAX 8 and 9’s in various stages of completion, are seen parked next to the 737 factory across the runway from the Renton Municipal Airport on March 15. (Mike Siegel/The Seattle Times/TNS)

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