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All the airlines that have grounded the Boeing 737 Max plane around the world

Business Insider Friday, 19 July 2019
All the airlines that have grounded the Boeing 737 Max plane around the world· Airlines around the world have grounded the Boeing 737 Max plane following two deadly crashes.
· From American Airlines to United, here are all the carriers that have grounded their 737 Max planes.
· *Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories*

Boeing 737 Max jets around the world will likely remain grounded...
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News video: Some Airlines Betting On 737 Max Flying Again By Fall, But Travel Expert Thinks That's Unlikely

Some Airlines Betting On 737 Max Flying Again By Fall, But Travel Expert Thinks That's Unlikely 02:15

It might be July, but it’s not too early to think about planning for holiday travel, and if you’re flying, you could get booked on a Boeing 737 Max, even though the jets remain grounded due to safety concerns after two fatal crashes. CBS 2's Lauren Victory reports.

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