Boeing’s 737 Max loses first customer
Saudi Arabian budget carrier Flyadeal has become the first airline to officially drop an order for the Boeing 737 Max following the plane’s global grounding after two fatal crashes.
Boeing to pay $100 million to 737 MAX crash families
Boeing has pledged $100 million to help families affected by the fatal crashes of its 737 MAX passenger planes in Indonesia and Ethiopia. The funds, however, will not go directly to the families.
Ethiopian Air pilot warned bosses of Boeing 737 Max dangers
An Ethiopian Airlines pilot told senior managers that more training and better communication to crew members was needed months before the crash of one of its Boeing Co. 737 Max jets. Bloomberg's Annmarie Hordern reports on "Bloomberg Surveillance."
Boeing needs to come up with global solutions for 737: Allied pilots association
Dennis Tajer, the spokesman for the Allied Pilots Association and an American Airlines captain, talks about Boeing Co.’s grounded 737 Max jetliner. The Federal Aviation Administration had a one-day discussion with his counterparts from around the world on the steps needed to return the 737 to service.
Boeing convinced they have found 737 Max mistake, TUI CEO says
Fritz Joussen, chief executive officer of travel giant TUI AG, discusses the outlook for safety re-certification of Boeing's 737 Max and efforts to improve profitability.
Boeing CEO hangs on as lawsuits over 737 MAX crashes mount
Boeing CEO hangs on as lawsuits over 737 MAX crashes mount.
Boeing earnings come up short for second time in five years
Boeing shares closed slightly higher despite missing estimates for the second time in five years and abandoning its 2019 forecast, all turbulence caused by the 737 Max crisis. Bloomberg’s Justin Bachman reports on “Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia.”
Boeing suspends forecast until a future date amid 737 Max woes
David Bahnsen, founder and chief investment officer at The Bahnsen Group, examines first-quarter results from Boeing Co.