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American Airlines Looking to Boost Public Confidence In Boeing 737 MAX Ahead of Recertification
CNBC reported that American Airlines COO David Seymour said during a town hall last week that the company sees the “finish line” approaching in the FAA’s recertification of the 737 MAX. The airline “is planning to start flights with employees after Thanksgiving, estimating the FAA will lift the flight ban in mid-November, Seymour said.” American “is planning offer some customers a chance after Thanksgiving to see the aircraft in person at airports, including Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport, LaGuardia and Miami, with the participation of pilots and mechanics.” The airline is planning to fly customers on the 737 MAX starting December 29.
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