Southwest reworking scheduling strategies during 737 Max crisis

Credit: bizjournals- Published on September 11, 2019
For Southwest Airlines, dealing with fallout from the Boeing 737 Max crisis has been a network planning headache. And in the fourth quarter, which features two major travel holidays, it gets tougher. Southwest Airlines Co. had 34 Max aircraft in March when the aircraft was grounded after it crashed twice in five months, killing...
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