‘No one knows’ when Boeing 737 MAX really will return, United CEO says
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October 18, 2019 by Ben Mutzabaugh for thepointsguy.com
Airlines that fly the Boeing 737 MAX have had to repeatedly shuffle their schedules thanks to the ongoing grounding of the aircraft.
All three U.S. airlines that fly the plane have changed their schedules numerous times since the MAX was first grounded in March. Now, American, Southwest and United each have pushed the planned restart of the MAX into next year, but it's not completely clear when the jet might actually fly again.
United announced its latest update to its MAX schedule just last week, saying it would extend its MAX cancellations until Jan. 6. Previously, United had projected a Dec. 19 return.
But United Airlines CEO Oscar Munoz acknowledged some...
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