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US airlines are scrambling to cover flights after a deadly crash in Ethiopia let the FAA to ground the popular seven thirty seven MAX jets the grounding his for Southwest Airlines to cancel about one hundred fifty flights per day the company is the largest mass operator in the world with thirty four of the jets southwest and American Airlines both said they bolstered reservation and operations teams to figure out how to spread flight cancellations across their networks American Airlines is feeling the heat in Miami where most of the company's twenty four Max jets are based American says it has sent other planes to cover the spring break crowds , the one hold more than five thousand orders for the Max which sold fasted with higher fuel efficiency and longer range an additional hit two airlines due to receive more of the jets this year the Ethiopian airlines crash was the second involving the seven thirty seven Max in five months experts suspect an automated system may be involved in both cases with pilot struggling to override it as their jets plunged downwards both cases are still under investigation and it's unclear how long the jets will be grounded