The 737 Max Grounding Cost Southwest $828 Million In 2019Southwest Airlines said it will seek additional compensation from Boeing as the problem is expected to stretch deep into 2020.
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.
Boeing's Checklist Of 737 Max Fixes Grows With Wiring IssueThe wiring issue came to light after the Federal Aviation Administration asked Boeing to audit key systems on the Max after two crashes in which new software and faulty sensors were implicated.
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.
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.
'Don’t Worry About It, But You Can’t Be Doing That:' Air Traffic Control Audio Reveals Mistake At Midway, But The FAA Has No Record Of ItThere are policies and protocols in place to keep airfields safe. But an incursion at Midway calls that system into question, and Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) officials won’t give clear answers for why it wasn’t reported or recorded.
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?"
Boeing Says It Regrets Concerns Over Internal MessagesIn the messages, former senior Boeing test pilot Mark Forkner told a co-worker in 2016 he unknowingly misled safety regulators about problems with a flight-control system that would later be implicated in two fatal crashes.
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.
Helicopter Wheel Stuck In Suburban Family's CeilingAmy Summers of SummerSkyz Inc. of Lansing says the wheel that homeowner Linda Taylor-Whitt found hanging from the ceiling of their bathroom is a helicopter ground-handling wheel.