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It’s been less than six weeks since the Boeing 737 Max was ungrounded by the Federal Aviation Administration and the plane is already flying passengers around Brazil and Mexico, with plans to start in the US in just seven days.
American Airlines will fly the aircraft first, following by United Airlines in February and then Alaska Airlines and Southwest Airlines in March. Brazil’s Gol Linhas Aéreas began flying passengers on the aircraft on December 9, just three weeks after the FAA’s ungrounding, and Aeromexico soon followed suit on December 21.
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