United Airlines removes B737 MAX from flights until December

Friday, 30. August 2019 18:07

United Airlines will not fly the Boeing 737 MAX until December 19, the airline said in a press release on Friday.

Southwest Airlines said earlier that it is grounding the plane until 2020 as the Boeing 737 MAX remains grounded by the United States Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and other aviation authorities worldwide as a result of two crashes.

New Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) head Stephen Dickson said earlier in August that he will not allow the plane to fly again until he is "completely assured" that it is safe.

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