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.
Boeing CEO: 737 Max Could Face Phased In Approvals To Fly AgainAviation authorities from around the world may not immediately follow the FAA's lead whenever the US agency decides to allow the Boeing 737 Max to fly again, Boeing CEO Dennis Muilenburg said Wednesday.
Saudi Carrier Cancels Troubled Boeing 737 Order For AirbusPilots with the Federal Aviation Administration discovered a new flaw last month while testing updated software in a flight simulator, pushed back Boeing's timetable. It now hopes to submit a final application to the FAA in September.
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.
Amazon: Drones Will Be Making Deliveries 'In Months'Amazon said its new drones use computer vision and machine learning to detect and avoid people or laundry clotheslines in backyards when landing.
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.
Travel Expert Thinks Boeing 737 Max Jets Could Be Grounded Into Next Winter; 'Nobody Wants To Mess This One Up'Boeing’s troubled 737 Max fleet might not be back in the air for several months, as the aircraft manufacturer and regulators continue the careful process of making sure the jets are safe, according to one travel expert.
Fix For Boeing 737 Max Software Could Take Several More WeeksBoeing’s 737 Max jets won’t be in the air for several more weeks, after the aircraft manufacturer told the FAA it needs more time to work on a software fix, following two deadly airliner crashes in less than five months.
Fatal Plane Crashes Prompt Chicago-Based Boeing To Make Safety ChangesChicago-based Boeing has outlined a new safety plan for its planes, including a software fix and new training for pilots.
U.S. Department Of Transportation To Form Expert Panel Review FAA Certification Of Boeing Max JetsThe U.S. Department of Transportation is setting up a committee of experts to conduct an independent review of the Federal Aviation Authority’s certification of the Boeing 737 Max, amid increased scrutiny in the wake of two fatal crashes in less than five months.
Indonesian Airline Cancels $4.9 Billion 737 Order, As Feds Ramp Up Boeing ProbeSources tell CBS News the Justice Department’s fraud unit subpoenaed documents, records, and data concerning the approval process for the 737 Max aircraft.
European, Canadian Regulators To Do Own Review Of Boeing JetThe Europeans and Canadians want to do more than simply take the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration's word that alterations to a key flight-control system will make the 737 Max safer.