FlyDubai promises minimum disruptions after grounding 737 Max fleet

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FlyDubai says it's working hard to minimise disruptions after grounding all of its Boeing 737 MAX 8 and MAX 9 aircraft. 

Some of its flights over the next few days have been cancelled, while others will operate as per schedule by next-generation Boeing 737-800 planes.

The airline also says it'll directly contact the passengers whose bookings are likely to be affected.

Peter Wenham, Executive Vice President of aircraft leasing firm Novus Aviation Capital, told ARN News why it's the right move.

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