American CEO Doug Parker Is Cautiously Optimistic About the Boeing Max

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American Airlines CEO Doug Parker poses for a portrait during a ribbon-cutting ceremony to mark the opening of five new gates inside Terminal 3 at O’Hare International Airport in Chicago Illinois, U.S., on May 11, 2018. American Airlines will roll out the Boeing Max again if they’re told its fully safe after fixes. Joshua Lott / Bloomberg

Skift Take: Both caution and optimism are in order regarding Boeing’s fixes to its Max 737 aircraft. American’s CEO is one of the first airline execs to talk openly about passenger anxieties when the Max is given the green light to fly again.

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