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Boeing removed a feature that protects its 787 planes during lightning strikes as a cost-cutting measure, even after FAA experts objected
The FAA administrator will be questioned by Congress today over its certification of the change to the 787 Dreamliner as well as the 737 Max.
An airline opened a restaurant selling plane food because it says people love its in-flight meals so much they want to eat them even when they’r...
The restaurant, called Santan, serves Malaysian meals you can get on AirAsia flights as well as dishes from Thailand, Indonesia, and Cambodia.
A man yelling ‘I want to get out’ tried to force open an emergency exit mid-flight on a British Airways plane
Passengers including Dean Whyte — a boxing consultant who is the brother of the British professional boxer Dillian Whyte — intervened to help.
The tariff fight over the world’s biggest plane makers is heating up after the US claimed Boeing’s rival Airbus was given ‘market-di...
The World Trade Organization rejected the European Union's claim that it had ended subsidies to the French plane maker Airbus.
Airbus and Boeing see the Middle East as an increasingly important market, and both received billions worth of orders from its airlines this week.
The biggest deals signed at the Dubai Airshow, where almost $50 billion of planes were bought and sold
The two largest plane makers, Boeing and Airbus, sold planes to airlines around the world. Emirates led the way with around $25 billion in orders.
American Airlines admitted a mid-air accident that knocked out 2 flight crew and forced an emergency landing was not caused by spilled soap
On October 21 a flight from London to Philadelphia was forced to land in Dublin, Ireland, when two staff members were knocked unconscious.
American Airlines flight attendants have literally begged not to work on the Boeing 737 Max when it returns, union boss says
Lori Bassani heads the union for 28,000 American Airlines flight attendants, and she warned of genuine fear among staff over returning to the 737 Max.
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The head of Southwest’s pilots union says Boeing is trying to rush the 737 Max back into service out of ‘arrogance’
Southwest has more 737 Max planes — which have been grounded worldwide since March — than any other airline.