American Airlines Just Made an Important Decision

American Airlines Announces a Huge Decision with their B737 MAX 8’s



Today, American Airlines announces that they will be flying 5 of their B737 MAX 8’s back and forth from Tulsa and Dallas with the Staff members onboard today and tomorrow. Hence, the decision to fly these demonstration flights–both to make sure employees are comfortable with the planes, and to try to project that confidence to customers. so today, CEO Doug Parker wanted to bring the staff members of American Airlines onboard the B737 MAX to Dallas. American then plans to return the 737-MAX to its operational fleet at the end of December in a limited role, likely months ahead of its domestic competitors.

My Opinion on this

I think this is a great thing that American Airlines did. This just proves that the B737 MAX is safe and ready to go.


Instagram Post about this

https://www.instagram.com/p/CIR4VK_DFfH/


More info:

https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/american-airlines-holds-first-civilian-passenger-flight-of-737-max-in-nearly-two-years/ar-BB1byt9H

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This is the link for tracking the flight

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Great, finally back in the air!
Take that neo (no offense Airbus)

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I’m going out to spot the first (departure).

I already knew this like two days ago but aight, good topic.

This has great information, but this was also stated in the 737 Max Recertification topic by @Ishrion

Nah, that was the employees test flight, today’s is for general media.

The employees flight is tomorrow.

Great decision by AA! Can’t wait to see the Max’s back up in the skies safely!

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The first flights are employee demonstration flights from DFW, MIA, and LGA. They are also having crew familiarization flights from TUL-DFW-TUL

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