Travel firms modify search options, bookings after Boeing groundings

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Travel firms modify search options, bookings after Boeing groundings

Travel agents and websites respond to consumer concern.

Travel agents and websites have begun to respond to consumer concern and the grounding of Boeing's 737 MAX planes, by changing policies and introducing options to allow customers to choose the type of aircraft they wish to fly on. Kayak.com, part of the Booking.com stable, was the first big ...

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