Investigators expected to blame Lion Air crash on 737 MAX design, US oversight
September 25, 2019
In what could amount to a landmark determination, Indonesian investigators are expected to say design and US “oversight lapses” played a role in a 737 MAX crash.
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.
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.
Boeing suffers historic second-quarter loss, CEO warns 737 MAX production could halt
July 25, 2019
Amid the ongoing approval process for the problematic 737 MAX, Boeing’s CEO has warned the manufacturer may need to halt its production.
Boeing dedicates more than $70 million to families for 737 MAX near-term relief
July 22, 2019
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.
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.
Boeing pledges US $100m to support for families, communities affected by 737 MAX crashes
July 4, 2019
Boeing has pulled its socks up by pledging millions of dollars to families, victims and communities affected by the crashes involving the 737 MAX.
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.