Unions representing flight attendants at the three U.S. airlines that operate Boeing’s 737 MAX said they are more reluctant to support the grounded jet’s return after congressional hearings this week on its development. Southwest Airlines and United Airlines flight attendant union leaders joined their colleagues at American Airlines to demand an active role in regulators’ and airlines’ decisions to let the 737 MAX fly again after two fatal crashes in Indonesia and Ethiopia. This week, the head of American Airlines’ flight attendants union sent Boeing Chief Executive Dennis Muilenburg a letter saying that the Washington hearings raised questions about 737 MAX supervision and oversight. American Airlines flight attendants are seen in a file photo. The union of the airline’s flight attendants has spoken out with concerns about returning to work on the 737 MAX Boeing 737 Max 8 aircraft sit parked at Boeing Field in Seattle in a file photo. The Boeing 737 Max 8 was grounded by aviation regulators and airlines around the world in March 2019 RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Boeing CEO admits key mistakes in development of 737 MAX -… Boeing CEO is told his 737 MAX planes are ‘flying COFFINS’… Share this article Share ‘The… Read full this story
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