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The Boeing 737 Max may not return to the skies until 2020

The Boeing 737 Max may not return to the skies until 2020
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Boeing's 737 Max jet, which crashed in Indonesia in October and Ethiopia in March, will potentially be grounded until 2020, according to a Wall Street Journal report.




The development of new software and pilot trainings have been repeatedly delayed, and American Airlines has removed the model from its flight roster through early November.




The jet was originally supposed to be back in the air in September.




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Boeing's 737 Max might remain grounded through the rest of 2019.
The model, which was grounded by almost every major country after a plane crash in Ethiopia killed 157 people in March, was originally supposed to return to the skies in September but a report from the Wall Street Journal Saturday states that the grounding might extend into 2020.
The article says software improvements and pilot trainings have been repeatedly delayed, and American Airlines said Sunday that the plane model won't be on the schedule through at least early November. United had several delays recently because they also took the plane out of its rotation until November.
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