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Lightning is seen through the window of a plane in November 2010.

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.
Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al Maktoum, CEO and chairman of the Emirates Group and Guillaume Faury, Chief Executive Officer for Airbus shake hands at the 2019 Airshow.

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.

Boeing’s Dreamliner deal with Emirates has a major downside for the plane maker

The order came as Boeing's 777X program has faced myriad delays, including durability issues with its General Electric engine.

I sat in every type of seat on Qantas’ new world’s longest flight from New York to Sydney, Australia. Here’s what they were like.

We sat in business class, premium economy, and coach to test all of the seats on Qantas' Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner. Here's what each seat is like.
A 787 Dreamliner being built at Boeing's plant in North Charleston, South Carolina. The whistleblower, John Barnett, worked at this plant.

Boeing faces new whistleblower complaint as former engineer says faulty 787 Dreamliner systems could leave passengers without oxygen in emergencies

John Barnett told the BBC that he found faulty emergency oxygen bottles on the 787 Dreamliner in 2016 and that the company stonewalled his complaint.

Trump’s trade war with China is threatening Boeing’s crucial sales of larger aircraft, according to its CEO

The company currently produces 14 of the jets each month, but warned that it may have to cut production if the trade war threatens expected orders.
The cause of the passenger's death has not been disclosed.

The world’s longest flight is moving one step closer to reality as Qantas plans to test 19-hour routes

Qantas can't fly the ultra-long haul routes with the planes available today, but it can run the test flights by only carrying 40 passengers on board.
File photo: An Air India 787 Dreamliner on the production floor at Boeing's North Charleston, South Carolina factory on April 27, 2012.

Airlines flying Boeing’s 787-10 Dreamliner are complaining about quality they say is ‘way below acceptable standards’

The complaints, in internal surveys Boeing issues to customers, focus on the North Charleston, South Carolina, factory where Boeing builds 787s.