The Folo, Episode 15: The return of the Boeing 737 Max

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A Boeing 737 Max at American Airlines' facility in Tulsa, Okla.
A Boeing 737 Max at American Airlines' facility in Tulsa, Okla. Photo Credit: Robert Silk

Host Rebecca Tobin and aviation editor Robert Silk discuss the Boeing 737 Max jet, which returns to the sky this month. What’s happened in the 20 months that the Max has been grounded? Why is the jet so important? And will the traveling public feel safe onboard?

Additional reading:

Brazil's Gol will be the first to fly the 737 Max

Flying the 737 Max: AA begins bid to restore faith in the infamous jet

Wheels up column: What clients need to know about the 737 Max  

Airlines prepare 737 Max for service, but are flyers, and advisors, ready?  

737 Max return gets a thumbs-up from FAA  

About The Folo by Travel Weekly podcast: A folo is a journalism term for an article that "follows" a news report to offer additional facts and context. On The Folo by Travel Weekly podcast, we'll take you behind the scenes as we talk with reporters, editors and contributors to explore ideas and share experiences in the reporting of the biggest travel trends.

This episode of the Folo by Travel Weekly is sponsored by Puerto Vallarta, Riviera Nayarit and Delta Vacations.

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