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.
Boeing wraps up key software update for 737 MAX jets
Boeing wraps up key software update for 737 MAX jets.
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 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 reveals further software problem in 737 MAX airplane
US planemaker Boeing says it has found a "relatively minor" second software error in its 737 MAX jet. The aircraft's anti-stalling system is already under scrutiny as a possible factor in two deadly crashes.
Boeing needs more time for 737 Max fix
Boeing’s software fix for the 737 Max seems to have hit a snag. The plane maker is asking for more time to complete its proposed solution to the stall-prevention system linked to two recent fatal crashes.
China suspends 737 Max certificate
Boeing says it will submit a final software fix for the 737 Max to the FAA by the end of the week and says the update has already been flight tested. However, China’s aviation regulator has suspended its own airworthiness certificate for the Max, saying it must carry out its own review.