Boeing Puts 737 Max Jet Back Into Air For Demonstration FlightFor the first time since March of 2019, passengers flew on a 737-Max jet.
FAA Chief Tests Changes To Boeing's Grounded 737 MaxFAA Administrator Stephen Dickson, a pilot who flew for the military and Delta Air Lines, was expected to sit in the captain’s seat during a two-hour flight. An FAA spokesman said Boeing pilots would also be on the plane when it takes off from the former Boeing Field in the Seattle area.
Boeing: No Orders, More Cancellations For Grounded 737 MaxThe coronavirus pandemic has devastated air travel, leaving airlines with more planes than they need.
Congressional Panel: Boeing Has 'Culture Of Concealment'The committee said multiple factors led to the crashes, but it honed in on a new flight-control system that pushed the nose of each plane down based on faulty sensor readings.
737 Max Costs Double, Boeing Posts First Loss In 2 DecadesProduction of the 737 Max was suspended after two crashes that killed 346 people.
Max Crisis: Boeing Airplane Orders Plunge To A 16-Year LowThe 737 Max was Boeing’s best-selling plane until two of them crashed five months apart, killing 346 people and prompting regulators around the world the ground the plane last March.
Boeing's Checklist Of 737 Max Fixes Grows With Wiring IssueThe wiring issue came to light after the Federal Aviation Administration asked Boeing to audit key systems on the Max after two crashes in which new software and faulty sensors were implicated.
Boeing CEO To Testify Before House Committee On 737 MaxCongress, the Justice Department and the Transportation Department inspector general are investigating the Max and how it was certified for flight by the Federal Aviation Administration. Lawyers have filed dozens of lawsuits against Boeing.
'We Are Taking Responsibility': Boeing CEO Apologizes After Deadly Crashes
Grounded Max Jets Could Contribute To Higher Summer FaresWith Max jets grounded after two deadly accidents, U.S. airlines will operate about 200 fewer daily flights than planned through the heart of the peak summer season. That's around 35,000 seats lost every day.
More Cancellations For Boeing's 737 Max PlanesThe widespread cancellations come after the Max's anti-stall software was implicated in two fatal crashes in Ethiopia and Indonesia since October.