Boeing CEO Admits Design Issues With 737 MAX As Another Critical Internal Email Is Made PublicThe House Transportation Committee has been investigating two Boeing crashes, which together killed 346 people, and is also scrutinizing the Federal Aviation Administration's procedures for certifying aircraft.
What Boeing's Humbling Means For AmericaRarely has a global corporation as respected and powerful as Boeing been so humbled.
Boeing CEO Admits Mistakes In 737 Max Design; Sen. Jon Tester Says 'I Would Walk Before I Would Get On A 737 Max""We cannot have a race for commercial airplanes become a race to the bottom when it comes to safety," Sen. Maria Cantwell, the committee's top Democrat, said.
Boeing CEO To Congress: 'We Understand And Deserve This Scrutiny'"I want to answer all of your questions and convey to the world that we are doing everything in our power to make our airplanes and our industry safer and prevent an accident like this from ever happening again," he told the Senate Commerce Committee.
Boeing CEO Dennis Muilenburg To Land In Congress' Hot Seat At Hearing On 737 Max FlawsWhen Boeing's CEO lands in the hot seat this week, members of Congress have pointed questions for him, such as: "How the hell did this happen?"
In Wake Of 737 Max Crisis, Southwest May End Its All-Boeing PolicyEvery plane in Southwest Airlines' fleet is a Boeing 737. But that may not be the case in the future.
737 Max Grounding Will Cost American And Southwest Airlines More Than $1 BillionBoeing continues to expect approval to fly the jets again by end of this year, although it has consistently fallen behind its own timeline.
FAA Wants Answers From Boeing About Withheld Internal Communications On 737 MaxFederal regulators demanded an explanation from Boeing Friday for why the company did not disclose for months "concerning" internal communications relating to the 737 Max certification.
Final Simulator Tests For Boeing 737 Max Expected To Begin In Early November, Sources SayThis timeline, which has not been previously reported, is a sign Boeing engineers' months-long work to fix the plane's flight control software is nearing completion.
Panel Faults Both Boeing And FAA For Failures In 737 Max DevelopmentThe Joint Authorities Technical Review, released Friday, finds Boeing failed to explain thoroughly how much the MCAS system -- the anti-stall software at the heart of two deadly crashes -- had been changed from previous plane models.
Task Force Report Faults Boeing And FAA In Certification Of 737 MaxBoeing did not fully explain to federal regulators an automated flight system featured in its new 737 Max, and those regulators didn't have the capability to effectively analyze much of what Boeing did share about the plane.