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Southwest Grounding Boeing 737 Max Jets Until August

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Southwest Grounding Boeing 737 Max Jets Until August

Southwest Grounding Boeing 737 Max Jets Until August

Southwest Airlines announced on Thursday that all flights using the Boeing 737 Max have been canceled until August 5.

Southwest's fleet of 34 737 Max airliners has been grounded since March 13.

American Airlines announced last week its 737 Max flights have been canceled until June.

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