With Grounding Of Boeing 737 Max Fleet — Where Does That Leave Air Travelers?

Some U.S. airlines are scrambling to rebook passengers after the FAA announced it was grounding the Boeing 737 Max fleet. Airlines affected include Southwest, American and United.

Many air travelers are breathing a sigh of relief now that the Federal Aviation Administration has grounded all Boeing 737 Max airplanes after two of the aircraft crashed in recent months, but some airline passengers are finding their flights canceled on Thursday as a result.

The flight-tracking website shows that more than 2,100 flights nationwide have been canceled for Thursday, but the vast majority of those cancellations are due to the late winter storm moving from the eastern

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