American Airlines 'confident' of Boeing 737 MAX flying this year - executive
LAS VEGAS (Reuters) - American Airlines Group Inc is 'confident' that its Boeing Co 737 MAX aircraft will fly this year, in time for the holidays, Senior Vice President of Customer Experience Kerry Philipovitch told reporters on Tuesday.
LAS VEGAS (Reuters) - American Airlines Group Inc
American has removed its 24 MAX jets from its flying schedule through early November as it awaits Federal Aviation Administration approval for the grounded planes to fly again following two fatal crashes.
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