American Airways plans to convey the Boeing 737 Max again into service by the tip of the yr
© Reuters. FILE PHOTO: American Airlines 737max passenger planes are parked on the tarmac at Tulsa International Airport in Tulsa
(Reuters) – American Airlines Group (O 🙂 plans to get Boeing (N 🙂 737 Max jets back into service for passenger flights by the end of this year, pending certification of the aircraft by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), it said on Sunday.
The airline announced that it will operate a daily 737 Max flight between Miami and New York from December 29 through January 4. Flights can be booked from October 24th.
"We are staying in touch with the FAA and Boeing regarding the certification process and will continue to update our plans depending on when the aircraft is certified," the company said in a statement.
The Boeing 737 MAX has been grounded since March 2019 after 346 people were killed in two fatal accidents. However, the FAA is expected to lift its grounding order in November.
American Airlines said it will alert customers that they are flying a 737 MAX.
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