Nearly one year after the grounding of Boeing's 737 Max jet, more than 700 of these planes remain on the ground, with costs to the US manufacturing giant estimated to reach nearly $20bn. The FT's Claire Bushey reports on how the crisis unfolded, and what it will take for the aerospace company to return business as usual.

Further reading:

Boeing tightens its belt as Max crisis drains cash (paywall)

Boeing faces Max hurdle as pilot confidence crumbles (paywall)

Aviation: Boeing parks its 737 aspirations (paywall)

Grounding a global fleet: Boeing faces its greatest challenge (paywall)

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