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Southwest Airlines Is Waiving Fees For Passengers Who Are Avoiding Boeing 737 Max 8s

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Southwest Airlines Is Waiving Fees For Passengers Who Are Avoiding Boeing 737 Max 8s

Southwest Airlines Is Waiving Fees For Passengers Who Are Avoiding Boeing 737 Max 8s

Southwest Airlines is waiving fees for passengers who want to avoid flying on the Boeing 737 Max 8 aircraft.

Southwest said, "We are working with customers who wish to rebook their flight to another aircraft type on a case-by-case basis." A Southwest rep said, "As a courtesy, we will waive the fare difference for the new flight between the same city pairs." The move follows an Ethiopian Airlines crash that killed all 157 people onboard, says Business Insider.

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