This Forbes article cites the On-Air episode regarding the Boeing 737 MAX disruptions around the globe and the recommendation to avoid flying on the aircraft.
"WorldAware (formerly known as iJet) is in the business of providing information on travel risks to corporations. Corporations who subscribe to WorldAware receive information on factors that could pose a risk to employees traveling for business. Such risks include bad weather, civil unrest, terrorism threats, and accidents. For many in the business travel industry, their first notice of the crash of Ethiopian Airlines Flight 302 would have been from a WorldAware alert. So when Max Leitschuh, Senior Transportation Analyst at WorldAware recommends avoiding 737 MAX aircraft, corporate travel and security departments take notice. (The recommendation is based not just on safety concerns, but also on the likelihood of flight disruptions)."
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