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TAKE A LOOK-IATA summit: Boeing 737 MAX grounding, trade tensions in focus

Global airlines have converged on Seoul for a summit this weekend under a storm pattern of trade tensions, rising oil prices and a two-month-old grounding of the Boeing Co 737 MAX jetliner - threatening to put a halt to five years of strong profits in the cut-throat air travel industry.

For Reuters' stories from the International Air Transport Association (IATA) annual meeting, see below:

> Korean Air CEO says ownership discussions are ongoing

> U.N. bid to curb N.Korean missile tests, revive air traffic

> US airline JetBlue in discussion with Airbus on A321XLR plane

> Malaysia Airlines says 737 MAX jet deliveries may be delayed

> Collapsed Jet Airways' ex-partners, rivals scramble to fill void

> Qantas expects final purchase proposals for Sydney-London jets

> Global airlines slash profit forecast on protectionism fears

> Airlines want joint lifting of 737 MAX ban, but EU cautious

> Airlines pay only 'lip service' to gender diversity -execs

> Airbus urges airlines to pressure Boeing over subsidy row

> Budget airlines the flavour of S.Korean aviation market

> EU reserves right to take own decisions on Boeing 737 MAX

> Emirates head cautious on 737 MAX's quick return to service

> Trade gloom, rising oil, 737 MAX woes to cloud summit (Compiled by Himani Sarkar and Christopher Cushing)