A 737 Max, framed by the wingtips of neighboring 737s, with the engines, landing gear, and front nose sensors protected from the weather at Grant County International Airport in Moses Lake. (Mike Siegel /Seattle Times/TNS)

A 737 Max, framed by the wingtips of neighboring 737s, with the engines, landing gear, and front nose sensors protected from the weather at Grant County International Airport in Moses Lake. (Mike Siegel /Seattle Times/TNS)

When the 737 Max resumes service, will passengers board it?

Boeing has mounted a fervent public relations campaign in recent months to appease lingering concern.

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