Boeing CEO: We are deeply sorry for losses from 737 crashes
Boeing Co. Chief Executive Officer Dennis Muilenburg apologized to the families that lost loved ones on Boeing 737 Max crashes. He testified today before the U.S. Senate’s Commerce Committee and said the jet maker made mistakes and said they are committed to fixing problems with the Max jetliners.
Boeing CEO sees 'Endgame' for return of the 737 Max
Boeing Co. Chief Executive Officer Dennis Muilenburg said Monday the company is in the "Endgame" for bringing back its 737 Max to the commercial market following two deadly crashes. Bloomberg Opinion columnist Brooke Sutherland has the details on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Americas."
Boeing hearing: Pilots association's reaction
Dennis Tajer, spokesman of the Allied Pilots Association and an American Airlines captain, talks about Boeing Co. Chief Executive Officer Dennis Muilenburg's appearance before Congress. The CEO declined to endorse specific reforms to bolster safety oversight of the aerospace giant. Tajer speaks with Sophie Kamaruddin and Rishaad Salamat on "Bloomberg Markets: Asia."
Boeing in talks for 100-jet China deal
Boeing Co. has been negotiating one of the largest orders ever of wide-body jetliners with Chinese airlines even as tensions between Washington and Beijing escalate, say people familiar with the talks. The discussions center on about 100 twin-aisle jets: 787 Dreamliners as well as 777X planes, the newest long-range aircraft in Boeing’s lineup, said one of the people.
Boeing struggles to restore airline chiefs' faith in 737 Max safety
Boeing Co. faced a tough crowd at the International Air Transport Association event in Seoul, as a team from the company sought to reassure airline bosses of its focus on safety. Bloomberg Opinion columnist Brooke Sutherland reports on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Americas." Her opinions are her own.
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."