Still, things could be rosier. In the three months leading up to the second fatal 737 Max crash, on March 10, the stock rose precipitously, with strong orders from airlines driving production growth, before tumbling to around $378 in the wake of the disaster. It has since remained consistently below $400.

There’s every indication that the Boeing 737 Max will return to service sometime this year, which could give the stock a comfortable bump. But whether or not passengers will feel comfortable to fly in it is another matter, and one that could spell trouble for the rehabilitated plane—and its manufacturer.

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