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.
“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.
“The present waiver is thru March 18 to help our Prospects.”
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.
Whereas a spread of nations have grounded the aircraft over security considerations, the FAA has stated the plane is protected to fly.