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Boeing plans to hire hundreds of temp workers to help deliver grounded 737 Max airplanes, but the families of people who died in a crash involving the...
The embattled plane maker plans to submit its fix for the 737 Max to the FAA in September, and to get the plane flying again by November.
The Joint Authorities Technical Review (JATR) is expected to issue its recommendations to the FAA as early as next week.
The FAA just banned a model of MacBook Pro from all flights — here’s how to check if your laptop is included
The battery in the affected laptops can overheat, causing them to swell or ignite. The FAA has banned the model from flights.
Firefighters had to suspend aerial operations over a Utah wildfire when someone illegally flew a drone over the blaze
Firefighters were eventually able to resume aerial operations. Flying a drone over a natural disaster, including a wildfire, is illegal.
Boeing is redesigning the flight-control system of the 737 Max to deal with a new flaw the FAA uncovered, reports say
The Federal Aviation Administration found a new issue with the 737 Max in June, adding to Boeing's problems after two crashes killed 346 people.
In total, Boeing employs more than 16,000 people in Renton, Washington, easily making it the city's top employer.
Boeing reportedly kept the FAA in the dark about big changes it made to the 737 Max’s flight-control software late in its development
The FAA was poorly positioned to oversee the safety of the automated flight system on the plane, according to The New York Times.
Dutch airline KLM apologized after a tweet telling followers you’re more likely to survive a plane crash if you’re sitting at the back
KLM's verified Twitter account in India shared the information as part of its #TuesdayTrivia competition. Both the account and KLM then apologized.
Families of 737 Max crash victims say Boeing has not contacted them, offered support, or apologized since the disasters
Boeing has apologized publicly for the two 737 Max crashes that killed 346 people, but one victim's family said they deserved an apology in person.
The Federal Aviation Administration uncovered a design flaw in the 737 Max that could cause the planes to dive in a dangerous maneuver.