American Airlines extends Boeing 737 MAX flight cancellation until June


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American Airlines extends Boeing 737 MAX flight cancellation until June

On Tuesday, the 14th of January 2020, the Texas-based airliner, American Airlines Group Inc., said it would extend its flight cancellation of Boeing Co.’s grounded 737 MAX until June 3rd citing the Boeing Co.’s 737 MAX, which remained grounded since March 10th last year following two identical crashes in less than six months, had every potentiality to threaten a second busy US summer travel season after ruining the last one, remarking the latest to join a string of airliner across the globe which either had extended or had been mulling flight cancellations of the Illinois planemaker’s 737 Max.

Aside from that, latest move of American Airlines Group Inc., operating more than 6,700 flights every day and employing over 126,000 workers across the globe, came forth less than a week after the Boeing Co.’s newly appointed Chief Executive Officer, Dave Calhoun, who took the office yesterday (January 13th), was quoted saying exactly there had not been any timeline for Boeing Co.’s grounded 737 MAX to return back in to commercial services.

On top of that, according to multiple media headlines released earlier on Tuesday (January 14th), US Federal Aviation Administration might not approve a return of Boeing Co.’s grounded 737 MAX until February this year, which even could slip up to March or April.