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Airlines still selling tickets on grounded Boeing 737 MAX

by Christian Fleetwood

Major airlines around the world are still selling flights on the Boeing 737 MAX for later this year, despite the problematic model still being grounded.

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Boeing suffers historic second-quarter loss, CEO warns 737 MAX production could halt

by Christian Fleetwood

Amid the ongoing approval process for the problematic 737 MAX, Boeing’s CEO has warned the manufacturer may need to halt its production.

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Boeing ‘renames’ Ryanair’s 737 MAX

by Christian Fleetwood

If images posted on social media are anything to go by, in the era of deepfakes, it looks like the embroiled 737 MAX brand is getting a cosmetic touch-up.

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Boeing: Airline will not proceed with $6 billion 737 MAX order

by Christian Fleetwood

A low-cost carrier that nine-out-of-ten of us will never fly on, has elected to cancel its Boeing 737 MAX order. Read on to find out why.

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Boeing CEO admits “mistake” in handling of problematic 737 MAX aircraft

First an apology, now an admission. Boeing CEO Dennis Muilenburg has finally owned up to the manufacturer’s handling of the 737 MAX.

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Lawmakers say Boeing delayed fix of “defective” 737 MAX warning light for three years

by Christian Fleetwood

Another day, another defective revelation about Boeing’s 737 MAX aircraft. Let’s hope there are no more to come out of the woodwork.

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WATCH: Boeing CEO Denis Muilenburg apologises for two deadly 737 MAX crashes

by Christian Fleetwood

Denis Muilenburg has personally apologised on behalf of Boeing for the second time, in his first sit-down interview since the Ethiopian Airlines disaster.

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“Inexcusable”: Airline union slams Boeing for blaming 737 MAX crashes on pilots

There still appears to be a whole lot of finger-pointing going on over who or what was to blame for the fatal 737 MAX crashes.

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Boeing reveals billion-dollar cost blowout from 737 MAX crisis

by Huntley Mitchell

It appears the order for a new ping pong table and Nespresso coffee machine at Boeing HQ will be put on hold after this dour financial news.

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Boeing hits back at worker safety claims from Dreamliner facility

by Christian Fleetwood

There have been some big allegations levelled at Boeing, and now the aircraft maker has returned serve.

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