Report blames Boeing for fatal Ethiopian Airlines crash, as US reveals five contributors to 737 MAX crisis
March 11, 2020
Investigators have singled out faulty 737 MAX systems and inadequate training in an interim report on the eve of the anniversary of the fatal Ethiopian Airlines crash last year.
Pilots pressured Boeing to review 737 Max before Ethiopian Airlines crash
May 16, 2019
A damning report and some unsettling updates have filled a few holes in the shaky history of the Boeing 737 Max.
Ethiopian Airlines crash victim’s family files lawsuit against Boeing
April 1, 2019
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.
Ethiopian Airlines black box shows similarities to Lion Air crash
March 18, 2019
As French aviation authorities analyse the flight data recorders, Boeing is finalising a software update it hopes will fix problems surrounding its 737 MAX 8.
Boeing facing huge insurance claims from victims of Ethiopian Airlines MAX 8 crash
March 14, 2019
It’s been a week from hell for Boeing, and it appears the pain won’t be ending anytime soon for the aircraft giant.
ABC apologises after Virgin passengers subjected to “unsuitable broadcast” of Ethiopian Airlines crash
March 14, 2019
The ABC has apologised after one of its news reports on the Ethiopian Airlines crash was shown on some of Virgin Australia’s flights.
Airlines still selling tickets on grounded Boeing 737 MAX
August 27, 2019
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.
American Airlines forced to cancel 90 flights a day as Boeing MAX grounding continues
March 25, 2019
American travellers were seen shaking their fists in the general direction of Boeing’s headquarters this morning, as the second week of delays and cancellations commences.
Ethiopia crash update: Black box found as airlines ground Boeing 737 Max 8s
March 12, 2019
Boeing execs are no doubt sweating bullets as airlines catch wind that the manufacturer’s “most reliable” model has been involved in two deadly crashed in the space of six months.