American Airlines says it won't fly the Boeing 737 Max all summer.

Travel expert Peter Greenberg says the plane likely won't fly until the first quarter of next year.

Greenberg says reform is needed with FAA, and there have been some proposals. But until there is a permanent FAA administrator, not much will get done.

Fiat Chrysler is recalling nearly 350,000 Ram pick up trucks.

The air bags may not inflate in a crash.

The recall covers the Ram 1500, mainly from the 2019 model year. Although, the company has a small number of 2020 models.

Fedex will stop air shipments of packages for Amazon.

The online retail giant is expanding its own delivery business.

The company says it's "a strategic decision" that will let Fedex focus on thousands of other retailers including Target, Walgreens and Walmart.

Their deal expires June 30th.

NASA will allow tourists to visit the international space station starting in 2020.

But this adventure won't come cheap, with NASA charging around $35,000 per night — on top of the $50 million or so that SpaceX and Boeing are expected to charge for the journey there.

The agency can only accommodate up to two short-duration private astronaut missions each year.