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Southwest has 'no plans' to alter orders for hundreds more Boeing 737 Max aircraft

bizjournals Friday, 19 April 2019
Southwest Airlines has no plans to alter orders for hundreds more Boeing 737 Max aircraft, Chairman and Chief Executive Gary Kelly said Thursday. "It's a very good airplane, but Boeing has acknowledged that they’ve got some things they need to address with the software in that airplane," Kelly told an audience at a North Dallas Chamber of Commerce event Thursday afternoon. "It seems like it's a relatively straight-forward modification. We're obviously anxious to get the airplane back in service.” Southwest,…
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