American Airlines doesn't see Boeing Max flights until April

American Airlines is removing the Boeing 737 Max from its schedule until early April, a month later than it had been planning

FORT WORTH, Texas -- American Airlines is pushing back the return of its Boeing 737 Max planes another month, removing the plane from its schedule until April 7.

The airline said that if the FAA certifies the plane, it could operate flights with only employees and invited guests before April 7.

Chicago-based Boeing has been working on changes to flight software and computers, but the process has taken far longer than the company expected.