Three U.S. airlines operate a total of 72 examples of the Boeing 737 MAX in two different models:
After the FAA grounded the 737 MAX yesterday these aircraft were parked wherever they were at the time, or upon reaching their destination if they were in flight. (Ferry flights are authorized so some aircraft have since moved, e.g., American flew N338RS from Santo Domingo to Philadelphia this afternoon.)
Today's Featured Map shows where these U.S.-registered aircraft were parked last night. American's aircraft are shown in red, Southwest's in Desert Gold, and United's in blue. Aircraft from more than one of these airlines were parked at Orlando and Los Angeles; these locations are shown in grey.
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