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Delta CEO would consider flying the revamped Boeing 737 Max

CBS News Friday, 22 November 2019
Delta Air Lines expects to fly a record 5.2 million passengers worldwide around Thanksgiving. That’s up about 2.5% from last year. Delta Air Lines CEO Ed Bastian joins "CBS This Morning" to talk holiday travel and the big issues facing the airline industry, including concerns over the Boeing 737 Max.
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