Southwest Airlines has announced that they have removed the 737 Max from its schedule until February of 2020.
Back in July, Southwest announced that it had cancelled flights through Jan. 5, 2020, because of the 737 Max.
They have now removed the aircraft from their schedule until February due to the uncertain timing of the plane’s return to the skies.
There is a lack of clarity on when regulators will allow airlines to operate the planes, which have been grounded since mid-March after the second of two fatal crashes that killed a total of 346 people.
Airlines with the 737 Max in their fleets say they have lost out on hundreds of millions of dollars in revenue due to the grounding.
Click here for the latest updates on the Boeing 737 Max from Southwest.