BOEING 737 MAX JETS UNDERGO ROUND-THE-CLOCK EFFORT TO CLEAR INVENTORY

© Reuters/ERIC JOHNSON Boeing 737 MAX white tail in Moses Lake, Washington By Eric M. Johnson MOSES LAKE, Wash. (Reuters) - The future of Boeing Co's freshly approved 737 MAX is in the hands of nearly 700 workers toiling behind the gray doors of a three-bay hangar at a desert airport in Washington state. Inside, over an endless 24-hour loop, 737 MAX planes are rolled in for mainten...