United to shift Boeing 737 MAX fleet to the Bone Yard
United Airlines' fleet of 14 Boeing 737 Max aircraft are set to take off again – but without paying passengers.
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August 30, 2019 - by JON HEMMERDINGER for flightglobal.com
The Chicago-based airline has received regulatory approval to ferry the otherwise-grounded narrowbodies from Los Angeles and Houston to the Arizona desert, where they will be placed in "short-term storage."
United says it started the relocations today, flying the aircraft to Goodyear airport near Phoenix.
The carrier has three 737 Max jets at Houston's Intercontinental airport, nine at Houston's Hobby airport and two at Los Angeles International airport, it says.
The airline wants to move the aircraft away...
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