American Airlines Cuts Boeing 737 Flights Until June

AMERICAN FOLLOWS UNITED'S LEAD AND EXTENDS GROUNDING OF 737 MAX PLANES UNTIL EARLY JUNE

(CNN) – More delays in getting Boeing’s 737 Max back in the air.

American Airlines announced it will not put the aircraft back in service before early June.

And that will mean the cancellation of 140 flights every day until then.

In Tuesday’s press release; the company said those planes will be gradually worked back into the schedule over the course of a month once it is certified.

American’s fleet of 737 Max planes have been grounded since March, after a second deadly crash involving the aircraft.

United Airlines already announced plans to keep the 737 Max on the ground until June.

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