The good news is that if you're planning on flying on a Southwest airline anytime soon, be rest assured you are not flying on one of the grounded Boeing 737 Max planes.
Passengers have expressed much concern lately while flying on Southwest after they read the safety card provided in their seat pocket. It refers to the grounded 737 Max planes and that caused many passengers to hit up social media and ask if they were on that model. One passenger questioned whether the airline had actually grounded the plane and described seeing the 737 Max 8 listed on the card as "nerve-wracking."
Apparently, the safety cards are used for more than one model of airplane. Southwest said that all its 737 Max jets were grounded following instructions from the Federal Aviation Administration. This came after two crashes in five months that killed nearly 350 people.