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American Air Union Says Some Attendants Scared to Fly on 737 Max

Nov. 14, 2019, 10:04 PM

Some American Airlines Group Inc. flight attendants remain fearful of flying the Boeing Co. 737 Max, even as the planemaker nears regulatory approval for a software update to return the grounded jet to service.

Attendants want to be fully versed on what happened in two fatal crashes of the Max and why the plane is safe to fly now, the Association of Professional Flight Attendants said Nov. 14. The union will consider information from Boeing, U.S. regulators, American Airlines, the carrier’s pilots and others before making a final decision.

“I hear from some flight attendants every day and they are...

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