Southwest Airways is waiving fare variations for patrons who need to alter journey plans as a result of they’re scheduled to fly on a Boeing 737 Max 8. 

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“We aren’t issuing refunds of non-refundable fares, however we’re working with Prospects who want to rebook their flight to a different plane sort on a case-by-case foundation. As a courtesy, we’ll waive the fare distinction for the brand new flight between the identical metropolis pairs,” an organization spokesperson informed Newsweek on Wednesday afternoon.

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“The present waiver is thru March 18 to help our Prospects.”

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GettyImages-1130231645 A Boeing 737 Max Eight flown by Southwest Airways taxis to the gate at Baltimore Washington Worldwide Airport close to Baltimore, Maryland on March 13. JIM WATSON/AFP/Getty Pictures

U.S. vacationers expressed considerations concerning the plane after an Ethiopian Airways aircraft touring to Kenya crashed on Sunday, killing all 157 folks on board. 

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Whereas a spread of nations have grounded the aircraft over security considerations, the FAA has stated the plane is protected to fly. 

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