Southwest extends Boeing 737 MAX cancellations until early March
CHICAGO (Reuters) - Southwest Airlines is extending the cancellation of Boeing Co 737 MAX flights from its schedule by another month, through March 6, 2020, according to a regulatory filing. As a result of the extended cancellations, Southwest said it was unable to provide an update on first quarter capacity guidance at this time.
CHICAGO (Reuters) - Southwest Airlines
As a result of the extended cancellations, Southwest said it was unable to provide an update on first quarter capacity guidance at this time.
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