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Too many travelers, too few planes is U.S. airlines' 737 MAX summer dilemma

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Normally U.S. airlines compete to sell tickets and fill seats during the peak summer travel season. But operators of the grounded Boeing 737 MAX are facing a different problem: scarce planes and booming demand. The grounding of Boeing Co's fuel-efficient, single-aisle workhorse after two fatal crashes is biting into U.S. airlines' Northern Hemisphere spring and summer schedules, threatening to disarm them in their seasonal war for profits. "The revenue is right in front of them.… (www.yahoo.com) More...

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ddbguru
Ben Seidman 1
Are there not serviceable 737-NGs stored in the desert that could be brought back into service now that it is known that the Max grounding will last several months?

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