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Southwest joins others in axing 737 Max from its network until June

bizjournals Thursday, 16 January 2020
In what was an expected move, Southwest Airlines again pushed back the projected return of the 737 Max to its schedule. The beleaguered plane is now out of Southwest's network through June 6, the Dallas-based carrier said Thursday. This latest pushback in the jet's projected return to service puts Southwest Airlines Co. (NYSE: LUV) in line with American Airlines Group Inc. (Nasdaq: AAL) and United Airlines Holdings Inc. (Nasdaq: UAL), which both have the plane off their schedules until June. Previously,…
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Southwest Airlines has given notice that they are delaying putting Boeing 737 Max back on their schedule until at least early June. Katie Johnston reports.

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