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Southwest Airlines will face greater logistical challenges than its US competitors after the grounding of Boeing 737 Max planes, Henry Harteveldt said.
Trump announces all Boeing 737 Max jets are immediately grounded following its 2nd crash in 5 months
The US had resisted calls to ground the plane as much of the rest of the world did so.
Roughly one-third of the 371 Boeing 737 MAX airliners in service have been grounded since the crash Ethiopian Airlines Flight ET302.
The Boeing 737 Max plane, which has been involved in 2 deadly crashes in 5 months, is used by American Airlines, Southwest, and United. Here’s h...
The Boeing 737 MAX is currently in operation with major US airlines such as American, United, and Southwest.
American, Delta, United, Southwest, Ryanair, EasyJet, Emirates, Lufthansa, and China Southern are among the 20 biggest airlines in the world.
American vs. Delta vs. United — we compared the 3 most popular airline credit cards and named a winner
We compared the most popular credit cards from the three big US airlines: American, United, and Delta. If you fly even a couple times a year, it's worth having an airline credit card.
American, United, JetBlue, and Southwest cancel hundreds of flights as a major snowstorm slams the Northeastern US
American, JetBlue, Delta, United, Southwest, and others waive rebooking fees at affected airports as a major snowstorm hits Northeast US.
The new United Airlines app can provide detailed information on flight delays that could relieve stress and anxiety for passengers.
Passengers were stuck on a United Airlines plane overnight after a medical emergency forced it to land in Canada
A United Airlines flight from Newark to Hong Kong was stranded on a frozen Canadian tarmac for more than 15 hours.
Miami’s airport is shutting down one of its terminals this weekend over a shortage of TSA screeners amid the government shutdown
Miami International Airport's Concourse G, which services United Airlines, will be shut down starting at 1 p.m. on Saturday, Sunday, and Monday.