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Boeing 737 Max planes parked on Boeing property in Washington in September. The planes have not been delivered to airlines yet, as they remain grounded after two fatal crashes.

Airlines are scrambling to work out how to tell passengers they’re flying on a 737 Max when it finally returns to service and how to avoid the &...

Some travelers want to avoid the Boeing 737 Max. Some airlines will let them swap planes, but they're deciding when and how to reveal the plane type.
An undelivered TUI Boeing 737 Max plane sits at a Boeing employee car park in Seattle, Washington, in June 2019.

Airlines have been flying empty Boeing 737 Max planes around the world as they scramble to get ready for its return to service

The 737 Max has been grounded for almost six months, and though there is no set date for its return, airlines want to be as prepared as possible.

The founder of JetBlue reveals the crucial business advice he would give to his 25-year-old self

David Neeleman, the founder of JetBlue and Azul and a cofounder of WestJet, shares the advice he would give his 25-year-old self.
JetBlue and Azul founder David Neeleman.

JetBlue’s founder reveals tips for success in the airline business

David Neeleman is one of the most prolific and successful entrepreneurs in recent memory. He's the founder of JetBlue and Azul as well as a co-founder of Morris Air and WestJet. He's also a co-owner of TAP Air Portugal.
A Bombardier CS300.

JetBlue’s founder is reportedly raising $100 million to start a new low-cost airline

JetBlue's founder, David Neeleman, is reportedly working to secure $100 million in startup capital for a new low-cost airline called Moxy. The new US airline is said to be planning to fly Bombardier CS300 airliners starting in 2020.
A Southwest Airlines Boeing 737 MAX.

Here are the 10 airlines people like and hate the most in North America

Southwest Airlines finished at the top of JD Power's "North American Airlines Satisfaction Study" for the second year in a row. Overall, the study found that people were happier than ever with airlines in the US and Canada.