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United Airlines Believes The “Troubled” 737 Max Will Be Back In Service Over the Summer
As per many reports, this week, Chicago-based United Airlines foresees 737 Max’s to return to operations by this summer. Delivery of the aircraft is expected by the fourth quarter. The airline owns 14 737 MAX aircraft and is awaiting delivery for another 14 jets by the year-end.