BEIJING—Chinese commercial air transportation is coping with the grounding of the Boeing 737 MAX in that country without greatly inconveniencing travelers. Capacity was not tight before the Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) told airlines on the night of Mar. 10, local time, that 737-8 MAXs would be grounded on Mar. 11, industry sources said. The industry was therefore able in many cases to substitute aircraft of other types or other 737 versions, most commonly ...

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