On Wednesday, the 24th of April 2019, the world's number one low-priced aircraft carrier maker, Boeing Co., had abandoned its financial outlook for 2019 in the wake of a worldwide grounding of its 737 MAX following two identical crashes, the latest among which had been in an Ethiopian Airlines' aircraft which had fallen from the sky just minutes after take-off due to a potential software glitch of its autopilot system, killing all 157 passengers on-board.
The Boeing jetliner has been grounded around the world since mid-March after two crashes killed 346 people.
Norwegian Air has fallen deeper into the red and warned that it will book further costs as a result of the worldwide grounding of the Boeing 737 Max fleet after two fatal crashes.
The airline said its employees were working overtime to accommodate some 700,000 summer travelers and thousands of crew affected by 15,000 MAX cancellations through August 19.
The airliner said the 737 Max jets' return to its schedule will be based on safety assessments and government recommendations.
Parker added that American is also expected to pay $650 million more in fuel expenses this year because of spiking oil prices.
"If the FAA recertifies the Max, we absolutely will fly the airplane".
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"Parker, " Southwest CEO Gary Kelly in the day before, said Boeing is a superb company but" we are not happy about this problem" across the Max.
Air Canada has 24 MAX 8 aircraft in its fleet, which it used mainly for domestic and USA routes.
"We're doing a lot of work understanding what our customers perceptions are", said the airline's President Thomas Nealon.
Overall, American Airlines reported a first-quarter 2019 operating income of $375 million and a net profit of $185 million. Earnings, adjusted for non-recurring costs, were 52 cents per share.
J.P. Morgan analyst Jamie Baker said American could have gotten a better handle on the Max crisis by acting sooner. "He awarded American" bronze elite status" one of the nation's three largest airlines since of pretax margins have slumped behind United for four consecutive quarters and Delta for 11 quarters.
Shares in the airline fell 2.9 percent to $32.44 in pre-market trading.