• United and American push back expected return of Boeing Max

    10 days ago - By My Sanantonio

    CHICAGO - United Airlines and American Airlines said Friday they are removing the grounded Boeing 737 Max from their schedules longer than previously planned, which means thousands more flights will be canceled during the peak summer travel season.
    The reduction in flights could mean slightly higher fares.
    United said it took the plane out of its schedule until at least Sept. 4. It had 14 Max jets when they were grounded, but expected to be flying more of them by now. The Chicago-based airline said it will scrap 80 flights a day - about 2,500 a month - over the summer.
    American followed a...
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