More flights canceled amid Boeing 737 complications

American Airlines, United and Southwest announced they will cancel 737 Max flights through early November.
1:06 | 07/15/19

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I hope they get and the soon. New trouble for travelers. Another airline is extending the grounding of their Boeing 737 max jet stretching into November. ABC's David Kerley has all the details. Good morning, David. Reporter: Good morning, Amy. Summer travel has already been affected. Now some wondering whether the holiday season, Christmas and Thanksgiving could be affected by another airline canceling flights into November. American airlines says it is canceling flights until November 2nd joining united also canceled into early November. Southwest remains in early October. The problem here, other issues have been found with the 737 max and that software fix is still not submitted to the FAA nor certified by the FAA to return these aircraft to flight. Now, "The Wall Street journal" is reporting that the grounding could move into next year. January. Sources telling ABC news who are familiar with the fix that that is not the view of those who are working to get this aircraft back into the air. I think for anyone who flies a lotting take your time, you know, make sure it's all good. Got a good point there.

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