Boeing and FAA at fault over 737 MAX certification — report
A report from international aviation safety experts has found that Boeing withheld key information on the 737 MAX aircraft and US regulators allowed the plane to fly without fully understanding its design.
Cracks in wings ground two Boeing jets
Southwest Airlines grounded two Boeing 737 airplanes on Wednesday after finding cracks in a part of the wings. Boeing is still dealing with fallout from two deadly crashes due to technical failures in the last year.
Boeing settles first lawsuit with 737 Max crash families
The US aviation giant has settled the first in a series of lawsuits filed by families of 737 Max crash victims. Boeing will reportedly pay $1.2 million to 11 families of victims killed in the 2018 Lion Air crash.
Flying—and crashing—a Boeing 737 simulator
An untrained pilot tries to land a jet. What could possibly go wrong?
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.
Paris Air Show 2019: Boeing safety scandal has shaken supply chain
Paris Air Show 2019: Boeing safety scandal has shaken supply chain.
FAA insists 'all tools' being used to ensure safety of Boeing 737 Max
FAA insists 'all tools' being used to ensure safety of Boeing 737 Max.
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.