Brazilian Airline GOL Will Resume Boeing 737 Max Passenger Flights On WednesdayBrazilian airline GOL will become the first airline in the world to fly passengers on the Boeing 737 Max in almost two years, the airline announced late Monday.
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.
Families Of Boeing 737 Max Crash Victims Say It's Premature To Let Plane Fly AgainChicago-based Boeing’s 737 Max airplane is returning to the skies. But for those who lost loved ones in the crashes, the move is premature.
FAA Clears Boeing 737 Max To Fly Again, After Approving Safety ChangesThe process of approving the plane to carry passengers has stretched on far longer than originally expected and cost Boeing more than $20 billion.
Boeing Will Lay Off Another 7,000 Workers As Losses MountThe aircraft maker had already announced was reducing staff by 16,000 jobs earlier this year, through a combination of voluntary and involuntary layoffs.
American Airlines Plans To Resume Boeing 737 Max Flights By The End Of The YearAmerican Airlines said, upon receiving FAA recertification, it will begin phasing the 737 Max back into service with once-a-day flights between New York and Miami from Dec. 29 through Jan. 4.
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 Grounds Eight 787 Dreamliners Over Manufacturing FlawBoeing has found a problem with the manufacturing of the 787 Dreamliner, the widebody jet that is one of the most successful products of the troubled aircraft maker.
Boeing: No Orders, More Cancellations For Grounded 737 MaxThe coronavirus pandemic has devastated air travel, leaving airlines with more planes than they need.
FAA Proposing Boeing Pay $1.25 Million FineMore trouble is in the air for Boeing. The FAA wants the plane maker to pay a fine of more than $1 million.
FAA Spells Out Design Changes Needed In Grounded Boeing 737 Max JetsThe Federal Aviation Administration proposed software changes to a flight-control system implicated in two deadly 737 Max crashes. It also plans to require a warning light to pilots that wasn't working on the planes that crashed, changes to on-board computers, and the rerouting of some wiring.