United Airlines now plans to cancel all flights involving Boeing 737 Max planes until August — a month longer than previously announced. United said in April that it would cancel all flights through "early July" because of the Boeing 737 Max grounding. The airline joins other US carriers — American and Southwest — that have canceled 737 Max flights until sometime in August. Boeing's Max planes were taken out of the skies in March after a 737 Max jet flown by Ethiopian Airlines pilots crashed in that country, killing everyone aboard. Southwest, which flies 34 Max jets, has already canceled all Max flights through August 5.
Source: Ethiopian News May 24, 2019 22:30 UTC