Boeing Won't Wait For FAA Approval To Start Building 737 Max AgainCEO Dave Calhoun said it is important that Boeing gets the assembly line in Renton, Washington, going again sooner rather than later.
Boeing Doesn't Expect Approval For 737 Max Airplanes To Fly Again Until Mid-2020"We are currently estimating that the ungrounding of the 737 MAX will begin during mid-2020," Boeing said in a statement Tuesday afternoon.
Boeing Has Officially Stopped Making 737 Max AirplanesThe assembly line in Renton, Washington, has stopped building Boeing's bestselling plane, the company confirmed late Monday.
You Won't Be Flying On A Boeing 737 Max Anytime SoonThe process to getting final approval for the 737 Max to return to service has become an excruciatingly slow one, with every minor glitch getting far more attention than it would during a normal certification process.
New Boeing CEO Dave Calhoun Says Company Must Do Much BetterDave Calhoun, who began his post as CEO of Boeing Monday, sent an email to all of Boeing's employees, vowing to listen to them, customers and regulators.
Boeing Has Uncovered Another Potential Design Flaw With The 737 MaxAs part of a December audit of the plane's safety ordered by the FAA, Boeing found "previously unreported concerns" with wiring in the 737 Max.
Fired Boeing CEO Dennis Muilenburg Could Walk Away With $60 Million Golden ParachuteThe exact amount of money that he will leave with isn't yet clear. That will depend on his negotiations with Boeing, including how the company labels his departure — for example, was it a retirement? A resignation? A layoff?
Boeing CEO Dennis Muilenburg ResignsChairman David Calhoun will take over as CEO, effective January 13, 2020.
Boeing To Halt Production Of Grounded 737 Max JetsBoeing plans to suspend production of the 737 Max starting in January as it waits for the embattled plane to be recertified to return to service, the company announced Monday.
Lawmakers Will Quiz New FAA Chief Over Review Of Boeing 737 MaxThe head of the Federal Aviation Administration will face questions next week from a congressional panel about the agency’s review of the Boeing 737 Max, which has been grounded since two crashes that killed 346 people.
Boeing Settles Half Of Lawsuits Tied To Indonesian CrashMany of the lawsuits blame Boeing for not telling pilots about a new flight-control system that repeatedly pushed the nose of the plane down before it crashed shortly after takeoff, killing all 189 aboard.