China Southern Airlines has operated the first Boeing 737 MAX flight since the aircraft was grounded four years ago, becoming the first Chinese carrier to do so.  Two 737 MAX flights departed from its hub at Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport this morning, one bound for Zhengzhou Xingheng International Airport (CGO) and another for Wuhan Tianhe International Airport (WUH). China was among the first nations to ground the 737 MAX aircraft following the two fatal crashes leaving 346 people dead. Even though authorities have cleared the skies for 737 MAX, China has delayed its return due to strained China-US ties. However,

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