Congress To Investigate Boeing 737 Max 8 Approval ProcessAfter two catastrophic crashes involving the 737 Max 8 that left almost 400 dead, there are serious new questions about how it was approved to fly.
AP Source: Justice Dept. Probing Development Of Boeing JetsThe Transportation Department's FAA regulates Chicago-based Boeing and is responsible for certifying that planes can fly safely.
Congress To Investigate FAA Approval Of Boeing 737 Max AircraftThe development comes as preliminary evidence shows striking similarities between two deadly crashes involving 737 Max aircraft in the past six months.
With Boeing 737 Max Planes Grounded, Airlines Forced To Tweak Schedules During Spring Break RushAirlines across the United States are scrambling to make schedule changes, after the FAA issued an emergency order grounding all Boeing 737 Max 8 and Max 9 aircraft, in the wake of two fatal crashes.
U.S. To Ground All Boeing 737 Max 8 And Max 9 AircraftPresident Donald Trump announced Wednesday that the FAA will be grounding all Boeing 737 Max 8 and Max 9 jets, in the wake of two deadly crashes involving that aircraft type in the past six months.
Southwest Allows Customers With Upcoming 737 Max 8 Flights To RebookThe United States is one place you'll still find Boeing's 737 Max 8 planes in service even with flight attendants, ground crews and the unions that represent them urging otherwise.
FAA Calls For Design Changes On 737 Max 8 Following Recent CrashesThe FAA is calling for design changes on the 737 Max 8 aircraft following two recent crashes, and they want them in place by April.
O'Hare Regains Title Of Busiest U.S. AirportChicago's O'Hare Airport has regained the title of the busiest airport in the U.S. after flights increased by 4 percent last year, according to the Federal Aviation Administration.
FAA: Chicago's O'Hare Was Busiest Airport In U.S. Last YearUnited Airlines is the largest carrier at O'Hare and has been adding more flights from its hub at the Chicago airport to smaller cities throughout the Midwest.
Concerns Previously Raised About Engine Part That Let To Southwest Passenger's DeathAn engine fan blade that broke off during a Southwest Airlines flight from New York to Dallas last April, killing a woman who was partially sucked out of a window broken by the blade, had made thousands of flights, according to new information released today.
Stolen Plane In Seattle Causes Security Concerns"This is going to be a major learning event for the industry."
FAA: Not In The Business Of Regulating LegroomThe federal regulator is rejecting suggestions it set minimum standards for airline seats.