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Fat Harry
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All Boeing 737-MAX aircraft grounded
Now the FAA has grounded them. Was supposed to be on a United MAX-9 in a few days, let's see what happens!


Fun Bunch
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re: All Boeing 737-MAX aircraft grounded
I thought it was just the Max-8 that was effected


Fat Harry
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re: All Boeing 737-MAX aircraft grounded
Apparently both are affected.

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jcaz
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re: All Boeing 737-MAX aircraft grounded
Knee jerk reaction. Unless the Ethiopian crash has revealed some new data we don’t know about.


CuseTiger
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re: All Boeing 737-MAX aircraft grounded
I think I read there's a software patch that is needed.

So for our resident flyers, I know American allows you to change your flight up til April 5th or so for free if you are scheduled on a MAX plane. If you are on United, I'm sure it is something similar.

I did read that United was flying a 777 instead of a 739MAX to Maui...That'd be a nice upgrade for everyone


Fat Harry
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re: All Boeing 737-MAX aircraft grounded
A United MAX-9 is stuck at MSY by old Terminal A now.


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madmaxvol
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re: All Boeing 737-MAX aircraft grounded
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Now the FAA has grounded them.



Guess this will delay release of the 737 Max 200. Southwest and American are taking a huge hit. Guess I should have bought Delta stock last week.


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