I have a flight scheduled for June with a popular, European commercial budget-operator on a 737. I'm sure everyone knows about the groundings of the MAX. However, I'm concerned that the MAX may be returning to service around the time I'm scheduled to fly.
I absolutely would not fly on one of these types, yes Boeing have completed 96 test flights and yes, they guarantee a thorough 'safety update' to the software.. but it's too little, too late for me.
Can I get a refund/alternative flight if my aircraft type changes last minute?
I know initially it seems this might be better suited on the travel SE, but I don't think people there will know much about specific type groundings, and even if they did, it's unlikely they will have access to information required to answer this question. Basically, I was hoping someone working in the commercial space would have an answer, and most of those people are on this site.