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Southwest Airlines will resume flying Boeing’s 737 Max in March 2021, the airline said Wednesday, two years following the aircraft’s worldwide grounding and earlier than previously anticipated.
“The company currently estimates that the Max will return to revenue service in March 2021 after all active pilots have received updated, Max-related training,” Southwest said in a regulatory filing. CEO Gary Kelly had previously said in a letter to customers that the aircraft would return “no sooner than the second quarter of 2021.”
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