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Southwest reportedly unable to verify some 737 jets meet safety standards


Added 11-11-19 03:04:02pm EST - “Nose-to-tail physical inspections will be completed no later than Jan. 31, 2020, airline says.” - Foxbusiness.com

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According to an SEC filing, Southwest is removing Boeing 737 MAX jets from its schedule, now adding more doubt into whether Boeing can get these planes back in the air.

The Federal Aviation Administration considered grounding some Southwest Airlines Boeing 737 jets, according to The Wall Street Journal.

Despite not being able to verify that repairs on 38 aircraft met mandatory U.S. safety standards, Southwest continues to operate the jets for revenue service, according to the Journal, citing government documents.

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