You don't have to be on a 737 Max to be affected by the FAA grounding. Here's why.

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American, Southwest and United are are strategically canceling flights and making other moves to cover the temporary loss of 72 planes.
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Published on March 12, 2019 -  00:40
U.S. Senator Romney Calls For FAA To Ground Boeing's 737 MAX 8 After Deadly Crash
According to a report by Reuters, on Tuesday, Republican Senator Mitt Romney called on the Federal Aviation Administration to follow several other countries and temporarily ground Boeing's 737 MAX 8, just days after a deadly crash in Ethiopia. Romney said in a tweet, “Out of an abundance of caution for the flying public, the (FAA) should ground the 737 MAX 8 until we investigate the causes of recent crashes and ensure the plane’s airworthiness.

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