Passengers On Southwest Airlines Thought They Were Flying On A Grounded Boeing 737 Max

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Published on April 8, 2019 - Duration: 00:53s

Passengers On Southwest Airlines Thought They Were Flying On A Grounded Boeing 737 Max

Southwest Airlines passengers expressed their concerns on social media after confusion over onboard safety cards led many to believe they were flying on a Boeing 737 Max.

All Boeing 737 Max's have been grounded in the U.S. by regulators after being involved in two fatal crashes in under six months.

The airline, however, insisted it was a simple mix up, saying that the same safety card is used for multiple plane models.

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