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Americans canceled flights in late April due to 737 Max Primer

American Airlines, the largest airline in the world, said it will cancel about 90 flights daily by April 24. Prior to Sunday's announcement, American Airlines had canceled flights only until March 28th. The airline hopes the 737 Max aircraft will fly again shortly, but said they would cancel flights within a month as they would wait for the United Kingdom …

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Boeing delays after monthly test flights for the US Human Space Program: Sources

By Eric M. Johnson SEATTLE (Reuters) – Boeing Co has delayed its first unmanned flight to the International Space Station under NASA's NASA space program by at least three months and postponed its crew flight, according to industry figures, by November on Wednesday. Reuters reported last month that NASA warned Boeing and its competitor SpaceX of design and security concerns …

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Southwest Airlines Hawaii flights depart from Oakland to Honolulu

CLOSE Now that Southwest Airlines is flying to Hawaii, here are 10 attractions you will not want to miss. 10Best Editors, USA TODAY 10Best Southwest Airlines' Hawaii service debuted on Sunday, finally giving the largest domestic airline in the US an imprint on the holiday hotspot. Southwest Flight 6808, a nonstop 5 1/2 hour flight from Oakland, California, to Honolulu, …

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El Paso International Airport is delayed and canceled flights due to weather conditions

People at El Paso International Airport. (KFOX14) EL PASO, Texas (KFOX14) – Several flights to and from El Paso International Airport have been delayed or canceled due to weather conditions in the area. Airline officials said airlines report flight cancellations and delays due to weather conditions at home and abroad. It is highly recommended that passengers check the information about …

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Trump announces ban on Boeing 737 Max flights

President Trump announced that the United States would crash Boeing's 737 Max aircraft into the ground, reversing a previous decision by the US regulators to keep the jets going after a second deadly crash in Ethiopia. For days, the Federal Aviation Administration resisted the call to ground the plane, although security regulators in around 42 countries had banned jets. It …

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Boeing flights land worldwide, but not in the US

With more countries conquering Boeing jets and lawmakers, aviation workers and consumers calling on the United States to do the same, the aerospace giant's chief appealed to President Trump on Tuesday. Boeing's Chief Executive Dennis A. Muilenburg, from Chicago, expressed his confidence in Mr. Trump's safety in the 737 Max 8 jets, according to two people who were briefed on …

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Schools near Denver canceled flights in front of the Blizzard on Wednesday in Colorado

DENVER schools, government agencies and hubs in Colorado are preparing for closures and delays on Wednesday, expecting a "bomb cyclone" raid likely to hit the state. This brings the "life-threatening" conditions for humans or animals caught in the snow and gusty winds by the National Weather Service. MORE: School closures and delays | Forecast | Weather Page | Traffic Conditions …

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American Airlines leases aircraft for overhead warehouses, canceling flights

Mike Fuentes | Bloomberg | Getty Images A Boeing Co. 737-800 aircraft from American Airlines Inc. is displayed during an event at Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport in Fort Worth, Texas. American Airlines has withdrawn more than a dozen of its Boeing 737 jets after several newly installed luggage compartments were not closed, causing the airline to cancel about 40 flights.

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SpaceX takes the next step in the race with Boeing to crew flights

SpaceX's unmanned Crew Dragon's successful voyage to the International Space Station this weekend brought the US a tantalizing pace as American rockets bring the nation's astronauts back into space. Sometime this summer, both by Elon Musk The Space Exploration Technologies Corp. and Boeing Co. are expected to launch crews to the ISS, ending a long drought in which the US …

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