Southwest CEO: Boeing 737 Max could fly again by late 2020 Thursday, 21 May 2020
Southwest CEO: Boeing 737 Max could fly again by late 2020Southwest Airlines hopes to get its grounded Boeing 737 Max aircraft back in the air by the end of the year, CEO Gary Kelly said Thursday.

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