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The head of a major pilots’ union will criticize Boeing’s training in front of Congress, calling it the company’s ‘final fatal...
Allied Pilots Association President Daniel Carey, who represents American Airlines pilots, will testify Wednesday to the House about the 737 Max.
British Airways parent company IAG is buying 200 Boeing 737 Max jets — the first big public order since 2 of the aircraft crashed
International Airlines Group (IAG) said on Tuesday at the Paris Air Show that it would spend $24 billion on a new fleet of the troubled 737 Max jets.
A Boeing executive reportedly said the company is open to a new name for the embattled 737 Max, which remains grounded worldwide after 2 deadly crashe...
“We’re committed to doing what we need to do to restore it. If that means changing the brand to restoreit, then we’ll address that," Boeing's CFO said.
Airbus leapt ahead of Boeing in an untapped market by launching a smaller plane for long-haul flights
Airbus just announced the A321XLR, new a long-range, single-aisle airliner, at the Paris Air Show, and said 27 have already been ordered.
Boeing said it is using the ‘lessons’ it has learned during the 737 Max crisis to deal with troubles facing another one of its planes
The President and CEO of Boeing Global Services told the Paris Air Show that Boeing is applying what it learned from the 737 Max to the 777x.
Boeing CEO admits ‘mistake’ with 737 Max ahead of Paris Air Show, as analysts note ‘ominous dark cloud’ hanging over the entir...
Boeing is on an apology tour, but its problems may be dwarfed by a broader economic storm. Aircraft sales could hit their lowest point in years.
A Boeing 737 Max being moved across Europe made a forced landing after being denied entry into German airspace
Norwegian had tried to move the 737 Max plane from Málaga, Spain, to Stockholm to keep its fleet together while awaiting a software update.
American Airlines plans to use its execs as guinea pigs to convince people that the Boeing 737 Max won’t crash again
The public may not trust the Boeing 737 Max planes, even after the US Federal Aviation Administration approves their software upgrade.
The FAA says Boeing’s troubled 737 Max may not fly again until December — far later than many expected
The FAA and Boeing have not given a timeline for the 737 Max's return as a software upgrade awaits approval before the plane can fly again.
Speaking at a conference on Tuesday, Delta CEO Ed Bastian said the fatal 737 Max accidents were "unthinkable" but defended Boeing's safety record.