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Once the Boeing 737 Max is cleared to fly again, United CEO Oscar Munoz vows to be on his airline's first Max flight

CHICAGO - United Airlines CEO Oscar Munoz, in an effort to assure passengers, vowed to be aboard the airline's first flight on a Boeing 737 Max once regulators agree to let the aircraft begin flying again.

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