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Changes to AA's fleet.

drron

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First they are going to bring the MAX back into service ,though called the 737-8, from December 29.Basically for 1 week and 1 daily flight MIA-LGA.Though it is replacing another aircraft those already booked on those flights have been swapped to other flights.

Second they are retiring all the A 330 fleet.They have already retired the B 757s and the B 767-300s.
 

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First they are going to bring the MAX back into service..

It's a tough one. Two schools of thought... (a) it will be the safest plane out there by now vs (b) the design is inherently unstable and needs a piece of software to manage it. They fixed the software and training, but not the [inherently unsafe] design.
 
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