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Should Airlines Sell Flights on the Boeing 737 Max?


Family and friends of victims of the Ethiopian Airlines Flight ET 302 plane crash look at the crash site in March 2019.

The United Kingdom's The Sunday Times reports that a number of airlines, including American, United Southwest, Norwegian, and TUI are selling thousands of flights on the Boeing 737 Max knowing the plane is grounded.


Should anyone be able to sell something that they don't have? Remember the saying, and "if you believe that, I have some swampland in Florida to sell you"? Isn't this problem just as bad?


Look at the flight you purchased, particularly if it is for travel in November or later on this year, and see if you are supposed to be traveling on a Boeing 737 Max. If you have purchased such a flight, please be aware that your flight could very well be cancelled.


Poynter Tucker is here to help consumers. Please email Scott (scott@poynterlawgroup.com) or Clarke (clarke@clarketucker.com), if you have purchased a ticket on a Boeing 737 Max.

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