WASHINGTON—Southwest Airlines has revamped its schedule through Aug. 5 to account for not having its 34 Boeing 737 MAXs available for flying as the model’s grounding continues to keep operators shuffling their schedules and fleet plans. “While the timing for the return to service of the MAX remains unclear, what is very clear is our commitment to operate a reliable schedule and provide the famous customer service you expect from us,” Southwest president Tom Nealon ...

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