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Government, Business, Safety

FAA Clears Boeing 737 Max to Fly Again

After grounding Boeing's 737 Max jet for 20 months, the FAA has cleared it for flight again. After grounding Boeing's 737 Max jet for 20 months, the FAA has cleared it for flight again. (Elaine Thompson/Associated Press)

After nearly two years and a pair of deadly crashes, the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration has cleared Boeing’s 737 Max for flight.

David Koenig and Tom Krisher | Associated Press
November 18, 2020
Government, Business, Safety

FAA Sets Boeing’s 737 Max Approval for Nov. 18

Boeing 737 Max planes are seen parked on Boeing property in August 2019 in Seattle. Boeing 737 Max planes are seen parked on Boeing property in August 2019 in Seattle. (David Ryder/Getty Images)

U.S. regulators plan on Nov. 18 to unveil the long-awaited final requirements for allowing Boeing Co.’s grounded 737 Max to return to service after 20 months, according to a person briefed on the plans.

Alan Levin | Bloomberg News
November 17, 2020
Government, Business, Safety

FAA Poised to Lift Boeing 737 Max Jet’s Grounding ‘In the Coming Days’

A Boeing 737 Max. Chona Kasinger/Bloomberg News

Boeing Co.’s 737 Max could be approved to resume commercial service as soon as the week of Nov. 16, with U.S. aviation regulators finalizing their review of fixes to the grounded jetliner.

November 10, 2020
Government, Business, Safety

American to Debut 737 Max on Miami-NYC Flight in December

American Airlines Boeing 737 Max planes sit parked outside a hangar in Tulsa, Okla., in May 2019. American Airlines Boeing 737 Max planes sit parked outside a hangar in Tulsa, Okla., in May 2019. (Patrick T. Fallon/Bloomberg News)

American Airlines Group Inc. plans to make Boeing Co. 737 Max passenger flights at the end of this year for the first time since the aircraft’s grounding in March 2019.

Mary Schlangenstein | Bloomberg News
October 19, 2020
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 Tempers Hoopla on Max’s Return After Crisis ‘Dug a Hole’

The Boeing 737 Max airplane takes off for a test flight in Seattle on Sept. 30. The Boeing 737 Max airplane takes off for a test flight in Seattle on Sept. 30. (Chona Kasinger/Bloomberg News)

Boeing Co. is plotting a low-key comeback for the 737 Max, the grounded jetliner that has spent almost two years engulfed in controversy and tragedy after two fatal crashes, said people familiar with the matter.

September 30, 2020
Government, Business

FAA Chief to Fly 737 Max on Sept. 30 as Agency Approval Nears

The top U.S. aviation regulator will test-fly a Boeing 737 Max on Sept. 30. (David Ryder/Bloomberg News)

The top U.S. aviation regulator plans to test fly Boeing Co.’s grounded 737 Max on Sept. 30 in an attempt to show an antsy public that proposed fixes will be safe, according to a person familiar with the plans.

Alan Levin | Bloomberg News
September 25, 2020
Government, Business, Safety

Boeing’s Year-End Goal for 737 Max Return Gets Boost in Europe

Boeing 737 Max airplanes are parked at Grant County International Airport in Washington in 2019. Boeing 737 Max airplanes are parked at Grant County International Airport in Washington in 2019. (David Ryder/Getty Images)

Boeing Co.’s push to return the grounded 737 Max jet to the skies by year’s end got a boost from European regulators, who said they expect to sign off on their safety review by November.

Siddharth Philip | Bloomberg News
September 25, 2020
Government, Business, Equipment, Safety, Logistics

Boeing Finds New 787 Flaw, Slows Deliveries for Inspection

Boeing has identified a new flaw in its 787s. The cockpit of a Boeing 787-10 Dreamliner aircraft is seen at Changi Airport in Singapore. (Ore Huiying/Bloomberg News)

Boeing Co. has slowed deliveries of its 787 Dreamliner as crews check for a new manufacturing flaw involving gaps in the horizontal stabilizer, the small wing in the aircraft tail.

September 8, 2020

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