Julie Johnsson

Business, Safety

Nearly 1,000 Boeing Plane Orders Are Lost or in Doubt

A plane image is seen on the outside of Boeing's facility in Everett, Wash. (David Ryder/Bloomberg News)

Boeing Co. is nearing 1,000 scrapped or impaired jetliner orders this year, failing to notch any sales in September, as the long 737 Max grounding and the coronavirus pandemic extended their toll.

Julie Johnsson | Bloomberg News
October 13, 2020
Business

Boeing Cuts Jetliner-Sales Forecast 11% on Decadelong Slump

A Boeing 737 Max jet, piloted by FAA Chief Steve Dickson, prepares to land during a test flight. A Boeing 737 Max jet, piloted by FAA Chief Steve Dickson, prepares to land during a test flight in Seattle on Sept. 30.

Boeing Co. sees a turbulent ride ahead for the world’s jetliner market, with sales contracting sharply this decade before eventually rebounding in the 2030s as new models and technologies spur growth.

Julie Johnsson | Bloomberg News
October 6, 2020
Government, Business, Safety

Boeing Loses 60 Max Jet Orders in June With Virus Crimping Buyers

Instruments and controls sit in the cockpit of a Boeing 737 Max jetliner. Instruments and controls sit in the cockpit of a Boeing 737 Max jetliner. (Simon Dawson/Bloomberg News)

Boeing Co.’s order stockpile shrank further last month as airlines and lessors backed out of commitments for the grounded 737 Max jetliner in a market devastated by the coronavirus pandemic.

Julie Johnsson | Bloomberg News
July 14, 2020
Business, Equipment

Boeing, Suppliers Advance on Restart of 737 Max Production

A Boeing 737 Max airplane sits on the production line at the company's manufacturing facility in Renton, Wash., in March 2019. A Boeing 737 Max airplane sits on the production line at the company's manufacturing facility in Renton, Wash., in March 2019. (David Ryder/Bloomberg News)

Boeing Co. and its suppliers climbed as the plane maker resumed production of the 737 Max jetliner while working with regulators to end a yearlong global grounding.

Julie Johnsson | Bloomberg News
May 28, 2020
Business, Equipment

Boeing Begins Cutting Workforce With 6,770 Layoffs in US

Boeing 737 Max planes are stored on employee parking lots in Seattle in June 2019. Boeing 737 Max planes are stored on employee parking lots in Seattle in June 2019. (Stephen Brashear/Getty Images)

Boeing Co. unveiled the first and deepest of its planned job cuts, saying it would notify 6,770 employees in the U.S. this week that their positions would be eliminated.

Julie Johnsson | Bloomberg News
May 27, 2020
Business, Equipment, Safety

Boeing to Restart 737 Max Production After Four-Month Shutdown

Boeing will restart 737 Max production this month, CEO Dave Calhoun said. A Boeing 737 Max plane sits on the production line at the company's manufacturing facility in Renton, Wash., in 2019. (David Ryder/Bloomberg News)

Boeing Co. got a boost after CEO Dave Calhoun told Fox Business that the planemaker’s 737 Max assembly lines will rumble to life later this month.

Julie Johnsson | Bloomberg News
May 8, 2020
Business

Boeing to Cut Output, Thousands of Jobs on Vanishing Demand

A Boeing 787-10 aircraft stands on the tarmac at Le Bourget in Paris in 2017. A Boeing 787-10 aircraft stands on the tarmac at Le Bourget in Paris in 2017. (Marlene Awaad/Bloomberg News)

Boeing Co. unveiled deep cuts to jobs and production as the manufacturer rushes to adapt to a shrinking market for jetliners after the worst downturn in aviation history.

Julie Johnsson | Bloomberg News
April 29, 2020
Government, Business

Boeing Seeks US Aid Plus Help for Suppliers, Airlines

Boeing signage.. (Luke Sharrett/Bloomberg News)

Boeing Co. has asked White House and congressional officials for short-term aid for itself, suppliers and airlines as the outlook for the travel industry worsens by the day because of the coronavirus outbreak, people familiar with the matter said.

Julie Johnsson | Bloomberg News
March 17, 2020
Business, Safety

Boeing Inspects 737 Max for Fuel-Tank Debris in New Setback

Grounded Boeing 737 Max planes are seen in a lot in Seattle in December 2019. Grounded Boeing 737 Max planes are seen in a lot in Seattle in December 2019. (David Ryder/Bloomberg News)

Boeing Co. is inspecting more than 400 stored 737 Max jets after discovering debris such as tools or rags left in the fuel tanks of several newly built but undelivered aircraft.

Julie Johnsson | Bloomberg News
February 19, 2020
Business, Safety

Boeing Monthly Orders Fall to Zero for Second Time in Max Crisis

An employee works on a Boeing 737 Max in March 2019. An employee works on a Boeing 737 Max in March 2019. (David Ryder/Bloomberg News)

Boeing Co. failed to sell any commercial planes in January, extending a slump that has strained the company’s finances since two deadly crashes grounded the best-selling 737 Max last year.

Julie Johnsson | Bloomberg News
February 11, 2020

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