For The First Time Since Grounding, American Airlines Boeing 737 MAX Flight Takes Off From DFWAs U.S. carriers prepare to resume regular flights on the Boeing 737 Max, Fort Worth-based American Airlines is putting the first public flight of the jet -- since March 2019 -- in the air Wednesday.
Fort Worth-Based American Is 1st U.S. Airline To Put Newly Cleared 737 Max Jets Back On ScheduleThey were grounded after two separate crashes that killed nearly 350 people, now the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration is putting Boeing’s 737 Max jets in the air again.
After 2019 Grounding, American Airlines Looks To Get 737 Max Jets Back In the Air By DecemberThey were grounded after two deadly crashes that took the lives of every passenger and crew member onboard, now Fort Worth-based American Airlines is planning to return the Boeing 737 Max to service.
Southwest Airlines Joins The Pack, Delays 737 Max Return Until At Least JuneSouthwest Airlines has given notice that they are delaying putting Boeing 737 Max back on their schedule until at least early June.
American Airlines Delays Putting 737 Max Jets Back In The Air Until JuneAmerican Airlines announced that is extending cancellations of flights on Boeing 737 Max jets until at least June.
Southwest Pilots President Thinks Boeing Is Rushing The 737 Max ReturnShould they take their business elsewhere? The president of the pilots association thinks so when it comes to the Boeing 737 Max jets and Southwest Airlines.
FAA Calling For Pilots To Test Changes To Boeing 737 Max Jets
Southwest Extends Boeing 737 Max Cancellations, Pulls Out Of Newark AirportSouthwest Airlines has become the first airline to say it won't fly the Boeing 737 Max aircraft again until next year.
Boeing Predicts $5.6 Billion Loss Over Grounded 737 Max JetsBoeing says it is booking a $4.9 billion charge to cover possible compensation to airlines that have canceled thousands of flights since the 737 Max jet was grounded.
FAA Finds New Software Issue With Boeing’s Already Troubled 737 Max JetsThe discovery of a new flaw with the already troubled Boeing 737 Max fleet could further delay the plane's return to flying after two deadly crashes.
Southwest Airlines CEO Speaks Out On Max Crisis: 'We Are Not Happy... Who Would Be?'Southwest Airlines executives acknowledged Thursday they are upset with Boeing over the grounding of its 737 Max jetliner, but deny interest in buying planes from its rival, Airbus.