1. Dublin Airport 'disaster' flight forced to make u-turn back for USA due to mechanical issue  Dublin Live
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Some passengers were extremely upset with the airline's decision to turn around considering the normal flight time for this route is around six hours, one hour more than it took to return back to the USSome passengers were extremely upset with the airline's decision to turn around considering the normal flight time for this route is around six hours, one hour more than it took to return back to the US

Dublin Airport 'disaster' flight forced to make u-turn back for USA due to mechanical issue - Dublin Live

“Aviation news: @AmericanAir says it expects to start using the @Boeing 737 MAX again on January 16, 2020. "American Airlines anticipates that the impending software updates to the Boeing 737 MAX will lead to recertification of the aircraft later this year."”

Philip Crowther on Twitter: "Aviation news: @AmericanAir says it expects to start using the @Boeing 737 MAX again on January 16, 2020. "American Airlines anticipates that the impending software updates to the Boeing 737 MAX will lead to recertification of the aircraft later this year.""

“Looks like ⁦@AmericanAir⁩ is extending its MAX cancellations through January 6, and expects the aircraft to be flying around January 16. https://t.co/4EOCrXG7R0”

Jamie Larounis on Twitter: "Looks like ⁦@AmericanAir⁩ is extending its MAX cancellations through January 6, and expects the aircraft to be flying around January 16. https://t.co/4EOCrXG7R0"

“Major update for @AmericanAir Boeing 737 MAX. AA says MAX expected to return to service Jan. 16, 2020 They believe impending software updates to the Boeing 737 MAX will lead to recertification of the aircraft later this year & resumption of service in January. @WBTV_News”

Chandler Morgan on Twitter: "Major update for @AmericanAir Boeing 737 MAX. AA says MAX expected to return to service Jan. 16, 2020 They believe impending software updates to the Boeing 737 MAX will lead to recertification of the aircraft later this year & resumption of service in January. @WBTV_News"

“Heads up if you have tickets on ⁦@AmericanAir⁩ in December or January. https://t.co/n3LhihSlAh”

Dawn Gilbertson on Twitter: "Heads up if you have tickets on ⁦@AmericanAir⁩ in December or January. https://t.co/n3LhihSlAh"