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The carrier has grounded its 14 Boeing 737 Max jets through early July, as Boeing fixes a software problem suspected in two recent fatal crashes.
The company's shares jumped by about 2% on the news.
"Boeing's production cuts are large enough to negatively impact incoming reads on the economy," Wells Fargo senior economist Sarah House told CNBC.
British newspaper the Financial Times (FT) has taken the unusual step of taking an ad out in its own publication. Not to advertise new products or services, but to berate former customer British Airways (BA) for ending their relationship.
A cash lifeline of more than 215 million dollars is being sought by the airline's board.
Germany's biggest airline Lufthansa posted a loss for first three months of the year, hurt by rising fuel cost and overcapacity in Europe.
United had previously cancelled all 737 Max flights through June 5.
Storms dumped more than 5.3 inches of snow at O'Hare International Airport on Sunday, prompting airlines to cancel more than 1,000 flights.
The president says the airplane maker should give its best-selling 737 Max a new name.
The cancellations amount to about 115 flights per day.
"Not only will Jewel augment Singapore Changi Airport's offerings," said Jewel CEO Hung Jean during a preview of the space, "it will also strengthen Singapore as an attractive tourist destination."
Southwest Airlines has removed the Boeing 737 Max jet from its schedule through Aug. 5, which marks a key summer travel period.
The airline has run out of cash, forcing pilots to go without salaries for months.
The company will likely submit its plan to fix the Max to the FAA and other regulators within the next two weeks.
While lawmakers on Capitol Hill are clamoring for the FAA to get tough on Boeing, the agency doesn't have the manpower and budget to do the work themselves.
JetBlue Airways announced on Wednesday plans for its first trans-Atlantic travel service, a move that will pit the low-cost carrier against larger international rivals in key business travel markets.