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United Airlines Will Keep 737 Max Off-Schedule Till November

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United Airlines Will Keep 737 Max Off-Schedule Till November

United Airlines Will Keep 737 Max Off-Schedule Till November

On Friday, United Airlines Holdings said the Boeing 737 MAX would stay off its flight schedule until Nov.

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That will lead to 2,100 cancellations in September and 2,900 in October as the jets remain grounded worldwide.

In June, Boeing said it would likely take until at least September to fix a fresh flaw in the grounded 737 MAX discovered by the FAA.

United had previously left its 14-737 MAX jets off its flight schedule through early September.

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