The FAA has cleared Boeing’s 737 Max to fly passengers again — here’s when and where each US airline will be flying it

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After a 20-month grounding by the Federal Aviation Administration in the US, the Boeing 737 Max is finally cleared to return to the skies and once again fly passengers.

Four US airlines currently fly variants of the 737 Max or plan to take delivery of their first models in 2021 including American Airlines, Southwest Airlines, United Airlines, and Alaska Airlines. The first flights begin at the end of December followed by a gradual ramp-up of operations by the four carriers in 2021.

Just 72 Boeing 737 Max aircraft were flying in the US before the March 2019 read more ⇒

Source:: BusinessInsider.Com

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