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Boeing dedicates more than $70 million to families for 737 MAX near-term relief

by Christian Fleetwood

Boeing expects to recognise an impact to earnings as a result of the 737 MAX grounding when it releases its second-quarter results this week.

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Boeing pledges US $100m to support for families, communities affected by 737 MAX crashes

by Christian Fleetwood

Boeing has pulled its socks up by pledging millions of dollars to families, victims and communities affected by the crashes involving the 737 MAX.

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IATA chief urges continued, coordinated effort from safety regulators for Boeing 737 MAX re-entry

by Christian Fleetwood

Following its second Boeing 737 MAX Summit, the International Air Transport Association has urged continued cooperation between state safety regulators to return the jet to service.

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Boeing 737 MAX return to service pushed back to address “potential risk”

by Christian Fleetwood

The Federal Aviation Administration says it is not operating on a strict time schedule to return the 737 MAX to service, but with this news it looks like the hypothetical timeline will be pushed back even further.

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Calls for Boeing 737 MAX to stay grounded, as manufacturer continues churning out embroiled jet

It appears Boeing is still cranking out the 737 MAX model despite calls for the jet to be grounded for good.

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More Boeing drama as it reveals other 737 aircraft parts could be faulty

The grey hairs are really starting to appear on the heads of Boeing execs following this latest revelation.

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Boeing 737 MAX to return to the air by June

The word on the street is Boeing’s 737 MAX will return to circulation next month, following the manufacturer’s software update and FAA approval.

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Boeing completes 737 MAX software update, awaits FAA aproval

by Christian Fleetwood

Boeing has taken a step in the right direction to getting its tarnished 737 MAX back in the air.

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Pilots pressured Boeing to review 737 Max before Ethiopian Airlines crash

by Christian Fleetwood

A damning report and some unsettling updates have filled a few holes in the shaky history of the Boeing 737 Max.

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Boeing to cut 737 MAX output and focus on fixing anti-stall software implicated in crashes

by Christian Fleetwood

Thought Travel Weekly had gone a bit quiet on its coverage of Boeing’s issues? Well, consider this a loud return to the headlines.

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Ethiopian Airlines crash victim’s family files lawsuit against Boeing

by Christian Fleetwood

In what may be the first lawsuit to be filed against Boeing over the Ethiopian Airlines crash, a victim’s family is suing the company over its anti-stall system.

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Boeing close to completing 737 Max software update, as another plane faulters

by Christian Fleetwood

Boeing’s latest software update should address concerns surrounding the 737 Max aircraft’s anti-stall system, but pilots who have tested the system still seem concerned.

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