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Southwest Extends Boeing 737 MAX Grounding Through June 2019

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Southwest Extends Boeing 737 MAX Grounding Through June 2019

Southwest Extends Boeing 737 MAX Grounding Through June 2019

Reuters reports that Southwest Airlines Co said on Monday it would be pulling all its Boeing 737 MAX jets from schedules through June 7.

The announcement extends the company's previous timeline that extended the ban through May.

Boeing’s 737 MAX jetliner has been grounded globally after two deadly crashes involving the aircraft over five months which claimed the lives of more than 300 people.

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