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The Boeing 737 Max’s return to the air has reportedly been delayed by regulators looking into emergency procedures on older Boeing jets
According to the WSJ, the FAA is reportedly looking into the emergency operating procedures for Max and old versions of the Boeing 737.
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.
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.
Frustrated US lawmakers tear into safety officials over the government’s slow response to 2 Boeing 737 Max crashes
"We shouldn't have to be here today," Rep. Peter DeFazio told FAA acting administrator Daniel Elwell at a House hearing.
Boeing dismissed fears of a 2nd 737 Max crash when confronted by pilots after the plane’s first disaster, leaked audio reveals
American Airlines' pilots union confronted Boeing after a Lion Air Boeing 737 Max crashed, and audio recorded from the meeting has been released.
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.
A survivor of the Russian Aeroflot crash says God is the ‘judge’ of passengers who stopped to grab luggage as 41 died in the blaze
A video of passengers with luggage raises questions about whether grabbing their bags slowed an evacuation as flames ripped through the aircraft.
A critical sensor linked to the 2 fatal Boeing 737 Max crashes had been flagged to the FAA more than 200 times, report says
The angle-of-attack sensor was highlighted in 216 Federal Aviation Administration reports in the past 15 years for failing or needing to be repaired.
Southwest and FAA officials never knew Boeing turned off a safety feature on its 737 Max jets, and dismissed ideas about grounding them
Southwest Airlines never knew that Boeing turned off a standard safety feature on its 737 Max jets, reported The Wall Street Journal.
The aftermath of the deadly 737 Max crashes has already cost Boeing $1 billion — and it can’t predict how much worse it might get
Boeing CEO Dennis Muilenburg has vowed that the 737 Max "will be one of the safest airplanes ever to fly" when it returns to the sky.