American Airlines is planning to reenter the Boeing 737 MAX to service from December 29th. Leading up to the highly-anticipated return, the carrier is planning to perform five flights with the plane exclusively for its employees.
Preparing the team
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) earlier this month reinstated the Boeing 737 MAX’s operating certificate. This move follows one year and eight months of grounding after two fatal accidents. Above all, the approval gives carriers the go-ahead to prepare to return the jet in the air for commercial operations.
According to View from the Wing, staff members of the Texan outfit, its wholly-owned regional carriers, and the American Airlines Credit Union are being invited to take…