American Airlines Looking To Get Back In The Air With 737 Max

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Technology is wonderful until it doesn’t work then it becomes a nightmare. A major US airline is still going through the mill for its fleet of Boeing 737 max planes. Which fell foul of authorities in the licensing and certification of aircraft. They have been in constant contact with the manufacturers of the plane. They have had to admit major issues with the plane. The FAA grounded it and since the early parts of this year. The airline has tried to get back on its fleet flying. There is some hope as it is now ready to have the fleet back into the air. Targetting the end of this year and tickets are ready to be sold at the end of this month.

It has cost the airline concerned a substantial amount of money in the billions. There will also have to be a period of reduced flights to ensure all is well.  

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