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The spotlight on Boeing and the FAA will only get hotter after the 737 Max crisis. Now global regulators are focusing on the plane-maker’s newes...
The European and Emirati aviation regulators said they would conduct their own review of Boeing's 777X, upending years of regulatory norms.
Boeing’s 737 Max shouldn’t be allowed to fly with a controversial flight-control system, an aviation regulator reportedly said in leaked e...
The manager at Canada's aviation regulator told counterparts at other global regulators that he has concerns about the MCAS system on the 737 Max.
European regulators say they’ll test the fixed 737 Max themselves, rather than trusting the FAA’s findings
Global regulators usually defer to the agency from the plane-maker's home country, but the European agency is conducting its own 737 Max review.
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.
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.
Regulators can’t decide how much training pilots need to fly the Boeing 737 Max, and it could result in even longer delays to the aircraft’...
The Federal Aviation Administration, Europe, and Canada are looking at simulator training and other possible criteria before the 737 Max can return.
Europe has outlined its own demands for letting Boeing’s 737 Max return to the skies, instead of relying on the US
The European Union Aviation Safety Agency outlined three "pre-requisite conditions" that Boeing must meet before the plane can fly again.