Southwest B38M at Orlando on Mar 26th 2019, engine shut down in flight
Last Update: March 26, 2019 / 22:29:57 GMT/Zulu time
The aircraft was scheduled to fly to Victorville for storage until the Boeing 737 MAX aircraft would be permitted to carry passengers again.
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