Avoiding a Boeing 737 Max flight could cost you money

Passengers unnerved by the two recent Boeing 737 Max 8 crashes should be ready to pay if they want to ease their minds by changing their flight plans.

Some major U.S.-based airline companies, Southwest Airlines LUV, -0.31% and American Airlines AAL, +0.44% told MarketWatch on Monday they were sticking with the scrutinized aircraft and weren’t planning any concessions for customers who change flight reservations to avoid flying on the 737 Max 8.

On Sunday, an Ethiopian Airlines crash killed all 157 aboard just five months after the same model aircraft crashed in Indonesia, killing all 189 people aboard a Lion Air flight.

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