The 737 MAX Advisory
Okay so we be travelling in real life around here. We have no time for planes to be going down or malfunctioning due to the same advisories and service issues. Safety is of the utmost importance!! Recently, the Ethiopian Airlines 737 MAX was in the news for a fatal crash that killed all passengers and crew onboard. My heart goes out to their families. Unfortunately, this is the 2nd Boeing 737 MAX to crash since the fleet was brought into operation in 2017. It was intended to replace the standard 737 fleet and offer better benefits to the airlines and customers. However, regulatory authorities across the nation have now grounded the planes and suspended operations on several 737 MAX aircrafts.
Please Note, the 737 aircraft comes in several common variations, 737-600, 737-700, 737-800 and 737-900. These are NOT the same as the 737 MAX. The MAX series are 737 MAX 7, MAX 8, MAX 9 and MAX 10. The MAX 8 is the most common of them all but many more are still on order to be produced and added to upcoming route assignments.
Please check your upcoming flights and make sure you are not flying the 737 MAX! Here’s how:
Click the flight number above the time of the flight you plan to select. A dropdown will appear with aircraft information listed. You will see the aircraft type as shown below.
Look beneath the flight time that you are wanting to select and the plane type will be listed next to the flight number (as shown below)
Select ‘Details’ under the flight time you are wanting to select.
A dropdown will appear with aircraft information listed. You will see the aircraft type as shown below.
Select ‘Details’ next to the flight time you are wanting to select.
A dropdown will appear with aircraft information listed next to the flight number. You will see the aircraft type as shown below.
Please Please Please check your flight assignments and make changes anywhere you see a 737 MAX. Most airlines are rebooking at no additional fee. Your life must come first!
Safe and Happy Travels ❤️