Boeing’s 737 Max 9 returns to service for first time since door blowout

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An Alaska Airlines flight from Seattle to San Diego marked the first Boeing 737 Max 9 to return to service since the aircraft was grounded by the Federal Aviation Administration earlier this month following a door panel blowout aboard an Alaska Airlines flight. More 737 Max 9 jets are expected to take flight in the coming days after they undergo inspection. Kris Van Cleave reports.


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