Norwegian Air not expecting to fly Boeing 737 MAX this year – CEO

OSLO, Sept 2 (Reuters) – Norwegian Air does not expect to fly its 18 grounded Boeing 737 MAX aircraft this year, the carrier’s interim Chief Executive Geir Karlsen told Reuters on Monday. Talks with Boeing regarding a compensation are still ongoing, Karlsen said. “We are actually planning on not having the MAXes flying this year,Continue reading “Norwegian Air not expecting to fly Boeing 737 MAX this year – CEO”

American Airlines pushes back Boeing 737 Max’s return through Dec. 3

American Airlines says it is delaying the expected return date for its Boeing 737 Max jets. The airline said Sunday that while it “remains confident” that coming software updates and training will mean recertification of the aircraft this year, it is extending cancellations for Max flights through Dec. 3. United Airlines (UAL)  had also delayedContinue reading “American Airlines pushes back Boeing 737 Max’s return through Dec. 3”

Boeing 737 Max Customer Cancels More Flights, Nears This Key Threshold

United Airlines said it would remove Boeing’s 737 Max jets from its flight schedules until Dec. 19, potentially amounting to thousands more cancellations. source https://finance.yahoo.com/m/2b32e75a-8c17-300d-8431-7cfa68c8acc9/boeing-737-max-customer.html?.tsrc=rss