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Rockwell says Boeing 737 MAX deal "very material"

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A 787 Flight Deck Simulator is shown in this undated handout photo supplied to Reuters November 15, 2012. Boeing Co., said on Thursday, it had locked down a basic design for its 737 MAX jet, choosing suppliers for key components and moving the project a step closer to production in 2015. Rockwell Collins will provide large format display screens for the new jet's flight deck similar in size and configuration to ones they supply for...more

A 787 Flight Deck Simulator is shown in this undated handout photo supplied to Reuters November 15, 2012. Boeing Co., said on Thursday, it had locked down a basic design for its 737 MAX jet, choosing suppliers for key components and moving the project a step closer to production in 2015. Rockwell Collins will provide large format display screens for the new jet's flight deck similar in size and configuration to ones they supply for Boeing's 787. REUTERS/Rockwell Collins/Handout
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