WASHINGTON—United Airlines has removed its Boeing 737 MAXs from its schedule through Nov. 3—a move United projects will result in 5,000 flight cancellations in September and October. The Chicago-based carrier’s change stretches its MAX-less schedule out from Aug. 3. It also illustrates the mounting challenge that airlines expecting more MAXs face as the operational bans—issued in mid-March by global regulators—continue.  United had 14 MAXs in operation ...

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