Boeing to cut 737 MAX output and focus on fixing anti-stall software implicated in crashes
April 8, 2019
Thought Travel Weekly had gone a bit quiet on its coverage of Boeing’s issues? Well, consider this a loud return to the headlines.
Boeing confirms debris found in 737 MAX engines, as Qantas eyes cut-price deal
February 24, 2020
Alan Joyce says Qantas’ “unmatched” safety reputation positions it to negotiate a discounted deal with Boeing for a new fleet of 737 MAXs when the jet is re-certified.
Boeing blamed by Indonesian investigators for Lion Air 737 MAX crash
October 24, 2019
The families of Lion Air Flight 610 victims have been told systematic design flaws by Boeing and flight crew lapses caused the disaster.
Boeing to front big lawsuit from disgruntled pilots over 737 MAX, as American extends cancellations
September 4, 2019
Almost 3,000 pilots from 12 international airlines have joined a class action fronted by an Australian law firm against Boeing.
Boeing: Airline will not proceed with $6 billion 737 MAX order
July 9, 2019
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.
WATCH: Boeing CEO Denis Muilenburg apologises for two deadly 737 MAX crashes
May 31, 2019
Denis Muilenburg has personally apologised on behalf of Boeing for the second time, in his first sit-down interview since the Ethiopian Airlines disaster.
Boeing completes 737 MAX software update, awaits FAA aproval
May 20, 2019
Boeing has taken a step in the right direction to getting its tarnished 737 MAX back in the air.
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.