American Airlines and Southwest Airlines say they do not expect the aircraft to return to service until early March. Here's the latest.
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Reports indicate that the grounded Boeing 737 Max might not fly again until next year.
Citing a number of government and aviation industry sources, The Wall Street Journal reports that the plane is unlikely to fly again until 2020 due to the time needed to fix the flight control software and carry out other tasks.
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Two big updates on Boeing’s grounded 737 Max aircraft this week: international regulators are meeting at a close-door summit on the aircraft’s return, and in the United States, officials have reportedly said the aircraft could fly before the completion of a pair of investigations into the certification process that initially cleared it for operations.