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Boeing's seven three seven MAX eight jets could be back in the air as soon as late June the planes have been grounded since March off to two fatal crashes but U. S. regulators and Boeing officials held a private briefing on Thursday in Montreal sources told Reuters that late June will set as the target date Boeing has been racing to develop a fix for the F. Croft its updated software implicated in the crashes in Ethiopia and Indonesia but it could still be a long time before all Max jet so back in the end regulators in Canada Europe and China want to conduct their own assessments and the potential cost to Boeing is mounting by the day , on Friday China's at transport association said the grounding would cost it's an lines five hundred and seventy nine million dollars by the end of June other car is making similar calculations Ryanair United Airlines and Turkish airlines among those to also for compensation even clearance to fly one to me gently and that troubles USA line say it will take up to one hundred and fifty hours to get each plane ready full service again then this time and money needed to train pilots on the updated software get through all of that and there's one last question we'll passengers feel comfortable booking tickets on a plane with a checkered past