- The Boeing 737 Max began flying paying customers again in the US on Tuesday with American Airlines and will soon fly for United Airlines, Alaska Airlines, and Southwest Airlines.
- Flyers can tell if they’re on a Max by looking at markings on the plane, the size of the engines, inside the cockpit, and other identifying features.
- A passenger’s reservation details will also say which aircraft they’re booked on and US airlines will let passengers change their flights free of charge if they don’t want to fly on a Max.
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On Tuesday, the Boeing 737 Max completed its first scheduled flight in the US with American Airlines successfully flying paying passengers from Miami to New York. It’s the first time in 21 months that the Max has flown passengers in the US and the successful first run only paves the way for…