Virgin Australia scraps order of 25 Boeing 737 MAX aircraft
December 10, 2020
The airline’s new owners have decided that it only needs half of the 737 MAX planes that were on the original order form.
Lion Air crash report faults Boeing 737 MAX design, certification and pilot training
October 29, 2019
The findings of the Indonesian investigation into the Lion Air crash have revealed a number of factors played a role in the downing of the Boeing 737 MAX 8 jet.
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.
IATA chief urges continued, coordinated effort from safety regulators for Boeing 737 MAX re-entry
June 28, 2019
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.
Boeing 737 MAX return to service pushed back to address “potential risk”
June 27, 2019
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.
Calls for Boeing 737 MAX to stay grounded, as manufacturer continues churning out embroiled jet
June 7, 2019
It appears Boeing is still cranking out the 737 MAX model despite calls for the jet to be grounded for good.
Virgin Australia announces restructure of Boeing 737 MAX order
April 30, 2019
Proving that the Boeing fiasco is the gift that keeps on giving to the media comes this bit of news from Virgin.
US department of justice launches investigation into Boeing 737 Max
March 20, 2019
Boeing’s CEO also penned a letter to airlines, passengers and the aviation community to reiterate the manufacturer’s commitment to safety for the 54433566454th time.
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.