An American Airways Boeing 737 MAX Eight flight from Los Angeles lands at Reagan Nationwide Airport shortly after an announcement was made by the FAA that the planes have been being grounded by america in Washington, March 13, 2019.Joshua Roberts | ReutersAmerican Airways is planning to start out coaching its pilots on the still-grounded Boeing 737 Max this November, in accordance with an organization memo despatched Monday.The jets have been grounded worldwide in March 2019 after two crashes killed 346 individuals, prompting software program and different adjustments on the plane. The Federal Aviation Administration goes via among the final steps that may enable the planes to fly once more however hasn’t supplied a selected timeline. The FAA final month issued the protection adjustments wanted for the planes to fly once more. Public feedback on these adjustments are due Monday.An American Airways spokesman stated that the corporate hasn’t made any “definitive plans” on the Max an that the pilot coaching date might be adjusted based mostly on regulators’ work.”With the deliberate return to service for our B737 MAX plane within the close to future, we are going to start conducting B737 MAX Particular Coaching for our B737 pilots,” Ameya Kingaonkar, director of flight coaching planning and scheduling, stated in a pilot memo, which was seen by CNBC. Kingaonkar stated that the corporate expects to coach all of its 737 pilots on the Max by the tip of January.Southwest and United stated they did not have any updates on potential 737 Max pilot coaching.”We’re awaiting the FAA’s steerage concerning the Max, and that steerage will drive our future timelines,” a Southwest spokesman stated.The 737 Max, whereas fuel-efficient, would return to air journey operating at only a fraction of final yr’s ranges due to the coronavirus pandemic. Final week, Transportation Safety Administration screened 4.9 million individuals at U.S. airports, down about 5% from the earlier week and practically 70% decrease than a yr in the past.Airline stocks have been down sharply on Monday as considerations over additional Covid-19 restrictions in Europe amid extra outbreaks of the virus.In afternoon buying and selling, American Airways’ shares have been down greater than 7%, Delta was off 9% and United was down 8%, whereas the S&P 500 was down 2.4%.