WASHINGTON—United Airlines has done well compensating for the absence of its 14 Boeing 737 MAXs by adjusting its network and maintenance schedules, but the gaps created will become harder to fill as the peak summer season approaches, the airline’s executives said. The Chicago-based carrier has removed its MAXs through early July, the carrier confirmed Apr. 15. The aircraft were operating about 40 daily flights when they were banned from operating in the U.S. by FAA Mar. 13. The ...

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