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Airline routes effected by grounding Boeing 737 Max 8, 9

SAN FRANCISCO (KRON) - With the Boeing 737 Max 8 and 9 aircraft being grounded on Wednesday, flights operated by Southwest, American and United airlines are being affected.

There are 34 Max 8 flights for Southwest and 24 for American. United Airlines uses 14 Max 9 aircrafts.

Here is a list of routes that are being affected by those airlines:

Southwest Airlines

  • Minneapolis - Denver
  • Los Angeles - Oakland
  • Phoenix - Cleveland
  • St. Louis - New Orleans
  • Nashville - Los Angeles
  • Denver - Atlanta
  • Dallas - Albuquerque
  • Chicago - Las Vegas
  • Orlando - Oakland
  • Phoenix - San Francisco
  • San Diego - Portland
  • Indianapolis - Denver
  • Fort Lauderdale - Houston

American Airlines:

  • New York - Miami
  • Miami - Orlando
  • Washington D.C. (Reagan) - Miami
  • Miami - Curacao
  • Barbados - Miami
  • Miami - Trinidad and Tobago

United Airlines:

  • Houston - Orlando
  • San Francisco - Maui
  • Houston - Los Angeles
  • San Francisco - Houston
  • Houston - Cancun, Mexico
  • Fort Lauderdale -  Houston

If your route is listed, that does not necessarily mean that your flight is on a Max 8 or 9 aircraft.

You are able to check what plane your flight is scheduled to be on by looking at your ticket or visit flightview.com.

Before heading out the door, be sure to check with your airline or any cancelations. 

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