Two US airlines fly the 737 MAX 8 — the type of jet that crashed last year in Indonesia killing 189 people and on Sunday in Ethiopia killing all 157 on board.
The airline “continues to collaborate with the FAA and other regulatory authorities” and it has “full confidence in the aircraft,” the statement said.
Southwest — which includes 34 737 MAX 8s in its fleet — said in a statement it doesn’t plan to change its operational policies or procedures and it remains confident in the safety of its entire fleet. “We have been in contact with Boeing and will continue to stay close to the investigation as it progresses,” Southwest said in the statement.
SOURCE: CNN NEWS