According to a report by Reuters, on Wednesday, the Federal Aviation Administration said that it does not have a specific timetable on when Boeing's grounded 737 MAX jet would be allowed to return to service in the wake of two fatal crashes. FAA spokesman Greg Martin reportedly said the agency has 'no timetable' for clearing the 737 MAX and will act 'only when it is safe to return to service.' On Sunday, American Airlines reportedly said that it would extend cancellations of over 100 daily flights into September, citing the grounding of the 737 MAX.

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