Listen: Boeing, Southwest Airlines And American Airlines discussed on The WCCO Morning News with Dave Lee
"And American canceling their flights on these max eight jets through August. Now other carriers are likely to follow suit. And now we're looking at increased fares while Boeing has no idea when those grounded 737 max jets will be allowed to fly again. And that's creating a real problem for anyone flying on any type of plane, especially with summer coming up. That's because Southwest Airlines announced it won't schedule any flights on the seven thirty seven max jet through August fifth. It's canceling a hundred sixty flights every day for the next two and a half months so far American Airlines has canceled its ninety flights a day on that same jet only through June fifth, but that could change it to is taking a second look at summer, schedule travel experts say these cancellations could lead to fewer flights overall. Maybe even higher airfares. Meantime, Boeing still race. To get the FAA approval for a software fix for the seven thirty seven max jet hopefully by the end of this month, but"