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Boeing 737 Max makes first commercial flight since grounding

Boeing 737 Max makes first commercial flight since grounding
The American Airlines flight departed Miami International Airport on Tuesday morning.

xml:space="preserve"> xml:space="preserve"> A Boeing 737 Max jet on a test flight.(Elaine Thompson/AP) For the first time since March 2019, a Boeing 737 Max airplane flew in the United States with commercial passengers on board.“We’re flying on a Boeing 737 Max,” the plane’s captain, Sean Roskey, told passengers, according to NBC News.American, which gave customers the option to change to a different plane if they wished, will send one Boeing 737 Max aircraft from Miami to New York and back every day until Jan.

The airline will then expand its number of commercial flights using Boeing 737 Max planes.The planes were deemed safe to fly by the Federal Aviation Administration last month after changes were made to a control system in the Boeing 737 Max models.

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