- The FAA this week lifted its 20-month ban on Boeing's 737 Max that was sparked by two fatal crashes.
- Boeing is trying to repair its reputation after the crisis but is facing a dearth of demand for new jetliners that have dropped in the pandemic.
- Airline customer are reeling from a plunge in travel, which has driven up aircraft deferrals and cancellations.
Boeing's stock is on a tear this month. The nearly two-year flight ban of its best-selling plane has come to an end. Positive Covid-19 vaccine trial results lifted the prospects for air travel. Together that news has helped boost Boeing shares nearly 40% in November.
Analysts think the stock will climb even more.