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The exchange centered on the 737 Max's angle-of-attack indicator, a feature available only as a paid-for extra.
Boeing’s response to the 737 Max crisis confused and frightened people, making it hard to believe its apologies, experts say
Experts told Business Insider that Boeing's handling of the response to the two fatal 737 Max crashes has left more questions than answers.
Boeing has finished the software update to fix the grounded 737 Max that was involved in 2 fatal crashes
All 371 Boeing 737 Max airliners have been grounded since March 13 after the crashes of Lion Air Flight JT610 and Ethiopian Airlines Flight ET302.
Boeing reportedly received zero new plane orders last month, as airlines turn their backs after deadly 737 Max crashes
The airplane manufacturer's sales have slumped in the wake of the fatal Ethiopian Airlines and Lion Air crashes, which killed more than 340 people.
The payouts to families of Boeing 737 Max victims could depend on whether and how long they knew they were about to die, lawyers say
Many families of those on board the Ethiopian Airlines and Lion Air Boeing 737 Max planes are suing Boeing after the two fatal crashes.
The FAA is so concerned about the future of Boeing’s 737 Max that it is bringing in NASA and the Air Force to help ensure it is safe to fly agai...
The FAA said experts' recommendations will "directly inform" its decision n the return of the 737 Max, which still remains grounded around the world.
Boeing made optional a feature on its 737 MAX planes that would have alerted pilots when a key sensor was providing faulty information.
Boeing reportedly sent people around the world to reassure airlines after the Lion Air 737 Max crash, even convincing the airline to keep its order fo...
The Verge reported that Boeing deployed account representatives to convince airlines to remain confident in the new jet after the October 2018 crash.
Boeing’s CEO said pilots did not ‘completely’ follow emergency procedures during Ethiopian Airlines 737 Max disaster, contradicting ...
During an address to shareholders in Chicago on Monday, Dennis Muilenburg defended the design of the 737 Max, the plane involved in two fatal crashes.
Airlines say the grounding of the 737 Max will cost them hundreds of millions of dollars, and they’re ready to pursue Boeing for the money
Southwest, American Airlines, Tui, and Norwegian have all warned of hits to their profits after the Boeing 737 Max was grounded.