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* Regulators will have final say on return date
* IATA told hold meeting with stakeholders in 5 to 7 weeks
* U.S. carriers have removed 737 MAX from schedules until August (Recasts, adds comments from IATA head)
SEOUL, May 29 (Reuters) - The International Air Transport Association (IATA) expects it could take until August before the Boeing Co 737 MAX returns to service, the airline group's head said on Wednesday, adding that the final say on the timing rested with regulators.
The 737 MAX was grounded globally in March after a crash in Ethiopia killed all 157 people on board, the model's second deadly crash in five months.
"We do not expect something before 10 to 12 weeks in re-entry into service," IATA Director General Alexandre de Juniac told reporters in Seoul. "But it is not our hands. That is in the hands of regulators."
IATA plans to organise a summit with airlines, regulators and the manufacturer in 5 to 7 weeks to discuss what is needed for the 737 MAX to return to service, he said.
At an IATA meeting in Montreal last week, airline members said they wanted regulators to cooperate closely on the decision for the plane's re-entry to service, de Juniac said.
"We hope that they will align their timeframe," he said of regulators.
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) expects to approve the jet's return to service as soon as late June, representatives of the U.S. air regulator informed members of the United Nations' aviation agency in a private briefing last week, sources told Reuters.
U.S. operators United Airlines, Southwest Airlines, and American Airlines have removed the planes from their flight schedules until early to mid August. (Reporting by Heekyong Yang in Seoul; additional reporting by Jamie Freed in Singapore; Editing by Simon Cameron-Moore)