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January 10, 2024

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The Airlines Most Affected by the Boeing 737-9 Grounding

Aviation data platform OAG has conducted an assessment of flights scheduled for this week to determine which airlines are most likely to be affected by the grounding of the Boeing 737-9 aircraft.

Nine airlines operate the affected aircraft variant, and a total of 4,324 flights were scheduled for this week. Of these flights, two US-based carriers, United Airlines (UA) and Alaska Airlines (AS), planned to operate two-thirds of them. COPA Airlines (CM), based in Panama, had 77 flights scheduled to US destinations, and Aeromexico (AM) had an additional 64 flights planned.

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Crisis24 Intelligence Brief

Argentina - Unionized bus workers strike in Buenos Aires Province, Argentina, Jan. 9. Disruptions likely.

Ecuador - Criminals launch wave of attacks across Ecuador Jan. 9 after government implements state of emergency and 23:00-05:00 curfew.

France - Civil society groups to demonstrate against immigration laws in Paris and other cities across France, Jan. 14. Heightened security likely.

France - Unionized train conductors are striking across Alpes-Maritimes, France, through at least Jan. 10. Rail disruptions ongoing.

United States - Emergency response ongoing following tornado damage in Florida and Alabama, US, as of Jan. 9. Lingering disruptions likely.

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