United Airlines Boeing 737 MAX 8

United Airlines Boeing 737 MAX 8

Saul Hannibal, JetPhotos

United Airlines is the world’s second-largest Boeing 737 MAX operator, serving various destinations from their hubs in Chicago, Denver, Houston, Los Angeles, Newark, San Francisco, and Washington D.C. United received its first 737 MAX 8 in 2021 and now operates 85 of this aircraft variant.

Given that United Airlines has such a high amount of 737 MAX 8 aircraft in its fleet, it’s more than deserving of a spot in the Infinite Flight lineup. It’d unlock so many routes @Dan_77, and allow users to more realistically explore continental U.S. destinations, as well as various in the Caribbean, South America, and Hawaii.

Please consider dropping a vote, I’d love to get this into the simulator with the confirmed 737 MAX 8.

This displeases me greatly.

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I had to vote

Voted! Consider dropping a vote on another lovely livery too 😉 WestJet 737 MAX 8

Or you vote mine 😏

AKA

Caribbean airlines 737 max

Vote for a vote it is 🫡

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He’s right though! Having to fly a 737-700, -800, -900, or A320 on a route that has a 737 MAX 8 on it is a punishment worse than death! I can’t think of a single replacement aircraft that people could use on those routes!

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How I feel getting out of bed too early

Jokes aside I believe the United Max deserves some love after this accident today

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Yes! I’d love that! The livery looks so nice!

All the issues with the MAX seem to be with United. That means it’s not Boeing’s fault, it’s United’s maintenance staff team.

The FAA actually told United they can no longer order more aircraft until they fix their maintenance issues.

But that has nothing to do with Infinite Flight

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