Boeing grounding affects Southwest, Norwegian Air at T.F. Green

Updated at 7:27 p.m.

THE U.S. GROUNDING of the Boeing Co. 737 MAX family of airliners has impacted two operators at T.F. Green Airport, Southwest Airlines and Norwegian Air. / COURTESY R.I. DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION
THE U.S. GROUNDING of the Boeing Co. 737 MAX family of airliners has impacted two operators at T.F. Green Airport, Southwest Airlines and Norwegian Air. / COURTESY R.I. DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION
WARWICK - Following the announcement by President Donald Trump that the Federal Aviation Administration is grounding the Boeing Co.'s MAX family of airliners, the R.I. Airport Corp. issued a statement that acknowledged that Southwest Airlines and Norwegian Air were the two carriers at the airport impacted by the decision. A spokesman for RIAC said the…

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