How the 737 Max’s Grounding Affects Business Travel
Moving it out of circulation has created headaches for travelers
The Boeing 737 Max is grounded in many parts of the world, including the U.S.—and its maker is currently working to fix the kinks in the software of a plane whose failure has shaken the trust of flyers.
From a practical standpoint, the grounding—which came after crashes involving Ethiopian Airlines Flight 302 and Lion Air Flight 610 within the past six months—may create booking challenges for those looking to travel.
Last week, Global Business Travel Association President Christle Johnson stated in a news release that the shutdown was having a direct impact on travel for many businesses.
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