Boeing

Government, Business, Equipment, Safety

Senator Slams FAA’s ‘Deliberate’ Attempt to Stymie 737 Max Probe

The nose of a Boeing 737 Max 9 jetliner sits during production at the company's manufacturing facility in Renton, Wash., in 2017. The nose of a Boeing 737 Max 9 jetliner sits during production at the company's manufacturing facility in Renton, Wash., in 2017. (David Ryder/Bloomberg News)

A Senate committee chairman sharply criticized the Federal Aviation Administration on June 17 for what he alleged were repeated failures to respond to a committee’s investigation into two crashes of Boeing Co.’s 737 Max.

Alan Levin and Ryan Beene | Bloomberg News
June 17, 2020
Government, Business, Equipment, Safety

Boeing Max Disasters Spur Senate Bid to Toughen New-Jet Rules

A Boeing 737 Max airplane performs a flying display in the U.K. in July 2016. A Boeing 737 Max airplane performs a flying display in the U.K. in July 2016. (Simon Dawson/Bloomberg News)

A Senate bill introduced June 16 calls for more government oversight of aircraft certification in reaction to a pair of Boeing Co. 737 Max crashes.

Alan Levin and Ryan Beene | Bloomberg News
June 16, 2020
Business, Equipment

Boeing, Suppliers Plunge on Stop-And-Go 737 Max Comeback

The nose of a Boeing 737 Max plane sits during production at the company's manufacturing facility in Renton, Wash. The nose of a Boeing 737 Max plane sits during production at the company's manufacturing facility in Renton, Wash. (David Ryder/Bloomberg News)

Shares of Boeing Co. and its largest suppliers sank June 11 after the planemaker pared output plans for its beleaguered 737 Max just two weeks after restarting work in its Seattle-area factory.

June 11, 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

Boeing Sees April Pass With Zero Airliner Orders

Boeing failed to receive any airliner orders in April, marking the second time that's happened this year. A security guard at a Boeing airplane manufacturing plant in Renton, Wash., looks out in view of a 737 Max plane on April 29. (Elaine Thompson/Associated Press)

Boeing Co. failed to sell a single commercial airplane and saw orders for 108 planes canceled in April as a sharp drop in air travel erased any demand among airlines for new jetliners.

David Koenig | Associated Press
May 12, 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 Gets $50 Billion of Orders for Bonds Amid Strong Demand

Cars sit parked in an employee parking lot at Boeing's facility in Everett, Wash., on April 20. Cars sit parked in an employee parking lot at Boeing's facility in Everett, Wash., on April 20. (Chona Kasinger/Bloomberg News)

Boeing Co. has already received $50 billion of orders for its bond offering April 30, as the company comes off of one of its worst quarter on record with the pandemic upending the global aviation industry.

April 30, 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
Business, Safety

Boeing to Offer Buyouts, Mull Output Cuts Amid ‘New Reality’

Workers assemble Boeing 737 airplanes. Workers assemble Boeing 737 airplanes. (Barry Sweet/Bloomberg News)

Boeing Co. is offering buyouts to its entire staff of 161,000 people and weighing new output reductions as the coronavirus pandemic threatens to depress aircraft sales for years.

April 2, 2020

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