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United Airlines Cancels Boeing 737 MAX Trips

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United Airlines Cancels Boeing 737 MAX Trips

United Airlines Cancels Boeing 737 MAX Trips

Unfortunate news on the travel front.

On Friday, United Airlines announced that it would continue to extend its Boeing Co 737 MAX cancellations.

The cancellations will now extend through August 3.

Reuters reports that the halt has caused 40 or 45 canceled flights, daily.

They explain, "United Continental Holdings Inc, operates 14 MAX jets and was due to take delivery of 16 more this year..." The jets were grounded in mid-March 2019, after two fatal crashes.

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