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American and United airlines to ground Boeing 737 Max into November

TWO big American airlines that fly Boeing's grounded 737 Max have taken the plane off their schedules until early November, the latest sign that the jet may not resume commercial service this year, reports Bloomberg

American and United airlines to ground Boeing 737 Max into November

TWO big American airlines that fly Boeing's grounded 737 Max have taken the plane off their schedules until early November, the latest sign that the jet may not resume commercial service this year, reports Bloomberg

21 July 2019 - 19:00

TWO big American airlines that fly Boeing's grounded 737 Max have taken the plane off their schedules until early November, the latest sign that the jet may not resume commercial service this year, reports Bloomberg.

American Airlines adjusted its schedule for the fifth time to accommodate the Max's lengthening absence since its March 13 grounding. The carrier's decision to keep the jet off its schedule through November 2 means about 115 daily flights will be cancelled, American said.



United said it will keep its schedule Max-free through November 3, requiring the cancellation of 8,200 flights from July onward. Total flights affected will increase in the last half of the year because the airline had expected to expand its 14-jet Max fleet to 30 by then.


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