Boeing Reaches Settlement Over 737 Max CrashesChicago-based Boeing has agreed to a more than $237 million settlement with shareholders over its 737-Max crashes.
Chicago-Based United Airlines, Boeing Step Up In Effort To Get Afghan Refugees To Safer PlacesAs Afghan refugees seek to travel to safer locations, two Chicago companies are helping them get there.
One-Third Of Boeing Engineers Concerned About Pressure From SupervisorsBoeing said it will follow up and survey all 1,400 employees in the unit.
NASA, Boeing Ready To Launch Starliner Spaceship After DelayIt's a do-over following a launch 18 months ago that was derailed by software problems.
FAA Delays Approval For Boeing 777 Due To Hardware, Software ChangesBoeing's new 777 will likely be delayed due to concerns from the FAA.
Boeing's Newest Version Of The 737 Max Makes First FlightThe new model is designed to compete against a similar plane from Europe's Airbus.
Palestinian Supporters Protest Boeing's Plan To Sell Missiles To IsraelThere were large protests outside Boeing International Headquarters on Saturday, with demonstrators saying the company is profiting off the deaths of Palestinians.
Boeing To Pay $17 Million To Settle Plane Production Problems With 737 JetsChicago-based Boeing will pay a $17 million fine and the plane-maker is promising to take steps to fix production problems with its 737 jets.
Boeing Facing Questions Regarding Quality Control IssuesThey said there are new and ongoing issues pointing to problems with Boeing's quality control.
Airlines Waiting For Word From Boeing On Fixing Electrical Issue In Dozens Of 737 Max PlanesMore than 100 new Boeing 737 Max jetliners remain grounded by problems with an electrical issue in some components, and airlines are waiting for Boeing to come up with a plan for repairing the planes.
Lawsuit Over Boeing 737 Crash Alleges Autothrottle MalfunctionBoeing in a statement extended sympathy to the loved ones of crash victims and said it would be inappropriate to comment further while it's helping in the crash investigation.
Boeing 737 Max Jets Being Inspected For Electrical ProblemsBoeing is telling United States airlines to pull some of their planes from service to inspect a potential electrical problem.
Southwest Airlines Orders 100 Boeing 737 Max JetsSouthwest Airlines said Monday it is expanding its all-Boeing fleet with an order for 100 Max jets instead of buying planes from Europe’s Airbus.
Boeing Finally Sees Positive Net Orders For AirplanesThe orders could indicate that airlines are starting to feel more optimistic about a rebound in travel, which has been devastated by the coronavirus pandemic.
United Airlines Grounds 2 Dozen Boeing 777 AircraftsOn Sunday, United Airlines immediately removed 24 of its Boeing 777 airplanes from service out of an abundance of caution.