"Due to the continued grounding of the Boeing 737 Max by the European aviation authorities, our flights to and from Cork and Shannon will be re-routed via Dublin for the remainder of the summer season", the airline said.
American Airlines has said the economic impact of the grounded MAX would be about $350 million between its worldwide grounding in mid-March and August 19, when the airline had initially envisioned flying its 24 MAX jets again.
Boeing will also be under scrutiny at the airshow, where the planemaker will face questions about the 737 MAX groundings, deliveries and orders.
The Max has been grounded worldwide since March 13, after two fatal crashes within five months. Boeing said on May 16 it had completed an update of the plane's anti-stall software, which was triggered before those accidents.
According to a Bloomberg report from May, Boeing told one of its biggest 737 Max customers, SpiceJet, that the aircraft would likely be flying again by July, but Boeing CEO Dennis Muilenburg declined to offer a similarly concrete prediction during a June 3 interview with CNBC.
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Boeing is working to submit a modified version of the aircraft's software and hopes to get the approval of the US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and its counterparts throughout the world.
While the FAA is "under a lot of pressure", he said the Max will be returned to service "when we believe it will be safe", following reviews of the design, flight testing, and other checks.
Boeing did not immediately respond to a request for comment, and has not given a timeline on when the planes would be back in service.
A number of grounded Southwest Airlines Boeing 737 MAX 8 aircraft are shown parked at Victorville Airport in Victorville, Calif., on March 26, 2019. The company made $22.9 billion (R336 billion) in revenue during the quarter, a 2% decrease from the first quarter in 2018, and $2 billion (R29 billion) in adjusted profits, a 21% decrease from the first quarter in 2018.