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This week, the Paris Air Show kicks off. It's the premiere event for airline manufacturers, as they traditionally book orders from airline companies around the globe.
All eyes, however, will be on Boeing Co. (NYSE: BA), which hasn't been able to sell a single commercial jet in the last two months.
Shares of Boeing have fallen 20% since reaching an all-time high in March as the fallout continues from two deadly crashes involving its 737 Max aircraft.
Before the Paris Air Show began, Boeing CEO Dennis Muilenburg said that he was disappointed that his company failed to disclose more about the failed safety feature at the center of both crashes.
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Unfortunately for Boeing, the Federal Aviation Administration has offered few clues about when it will approve the company's plan to fix the software and bring the 737 Max back into operation.
With that said, the Paris Air Show is an event where manufacturers typically announce sales plans.
But one American airliner is more in focus this week than any of its competitors – because the company's stock is currently sitting in our "Strong Buy Zone."
The higher the score, the more likely this stock is to break out in the coming months.
Let's dive into why this is our best airline stock to buy now…