Boeing Dedicates $100 Million To Victims Of 737 Max CrashesBoeing will pay out $100 million to help support the families and communities of the 346 people who died in two 737 Max crashes in the last year.
New Flaw Discovered On Boeing 737 Max, Sources SayA new flaw has been discovered in the computer system for the Boeing 737 Max that could push the plane downward, according to two sources familiar with the testing, an issue that is expected to further delay the aircraft's return to service.
737 Max Pilot Sues Boeing For Career Damage, 'Severe Emotional And Mental Stress'An anonymous pilot is suing Boeing, alleging the company "demonstrated reckless indifference and conscious disregard for the flying public" in its development of the 737 Max.
Boeing Eyes More 737 Max Sales After Post-Crash DroughtBoeing's post-crash business slump may be coming to an end.
Boeing Sells First 737 Max Planes Since Deadly Crashes Grounded Entire FleetAt the Paris Air Show, Boeing announced International Airlines Group – owner of British Airways, Aer Lingus, Iberia, and other European airlines -- has signed a letter of intent for an order of 200 of the jets.
Boeing CEO Admits 'Mistake' In Communication About 737 Max Warning SystemBoeing CEO Dennis Muilenburg said communication with regulators, customers, and the public was not consistent and “unacceptable.”
Boeing Aircraft Deliveries Plummet, No New Orders In Two Months As 737 Max Remains GroundedAs 737 Max jets remain grounded around the world, Chicago-based Boeing says its delivery of new planes in 2019 is less than half of last year.
'We Are Taking Responsibility': Boeing CEO Apologizes After Deadly Crashes
United CEO Oscar Munoz Vows To Board Airline's First 737 Max Flight Once Jets Cleared To Fly AgainSeeking to reassure travelers, United Airlines CEO Oscar Munoz has promised to board his company’s first Boeing 737 Max jet to take flight once regulators clear the aircraft to fly again.
New Audio Reveals Pilots Confronting Boeing About 737 Max Features Linked To Deadly CrashesLess than a month after a 737 Max crashed off the coast of Indonesia, airline pilots confronted a Boeing executive about new features on the plane that might have been factors in two deadly crashes.
Boeing Didn't Tell Airlines Or Feds That Key Safety Alert On 737 Max Didn't Work Without Extra Optional FeatureBoeing said Sunday that it discovered after airlines had been flying its 737 Max plane for several months that a safety alert in the cockpit was not working as intended, yet it didn't disclose that fact to airlines or federal regulators until after one of the planes crashed.