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Malaysia Airlines Suspends Delivery of Troubled Boeing 737 Max Jets

Newsmax Wednesday, 15 January 2020
Malaysia Airlines said on Wednesday it has suspended deliveries of 25 Boeing 737 MAX jets, citing the plane's delayed return to service since it was grounded last year following two fatal crashes.
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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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