737 MAX

Boeing and SpiceJet agree to settle claims over 737 MAX grounding

SpiceJet, the largest Indian operator of the Boeing 737 MAX, said the manufacturer agreed to settle claims over the grounding of the plane...


Boeing reaches $225M settlement with shareholders over 737 MAX oversight - WSJ

Boeing reaches a $225 million settlement with shareholders in a lawsuit concerning board oversight of the 737 MAX  ...


Former Boeing test pilot to face charges over 737 MAX crashes

US federal prosecutors are about to charge a former Boeing test pilot over the tragic 737 MAX crashes....


Why Southwest acquiring Airbus jets makes no sense

With rumors lingering that Southwest Airlines is looking into Airbus A220 to replace the Boeing 737-700, instead of the 737 MAX-7, the MAX-7 might still win....


FAA chief liked 737 MAX changes, but not enough to be certified

After completing a 737 MAX test flight, FAA’s administrator Steve Dickson said he “liked what he saw.” However, when asked if he would “put his family on the aircraft,” Dickson replied that the recertification process was not yet complete....


Chief of FAA finishes personal Boeing 737 MAX test flight

On September 30, 2020, Boeing 737 MAX flight BOE701 landed successfully at Boeing Field (BFI), Washington, after being test-flown by Steve Dickson, the Chief of the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA)....


Why can’t Boeing just replace 737 MAX?

The Boeing 737 was designed in the mid-60s. A lot has changed since then, as the manufacturer's best-selling airplane went through four generations and a dozen variants, but the fundamentals remained the same. And now, as the story of 737 MAX shows, those fundamentals are causing a lot of problems. So, why not build a new aircraft from the ground up?  ...


Boeing and Airbus: surviving the crisis | Data

Although the entire aviation industry was struck by COVID-19 pandemic like never before, the aircraft manufacturers were impacted twice: both through production stoppages and the loss of customers. Charting the survival of the two giants through this period tells a story of desperation and confusion....


Cancellations persist as 737 MAX ungrounding nears

43 Boeing 737 MAX airplane orders were cancelled and 9 additional ones removed from the backlog. Boeing registered no new orders in July, bringing this year’s total cancellations to 416, or 864 including the ones removed by the company due to uncertainty....


Woes for Boeing continue, as ALAFCO cuts 737 MAX order

After filing a $336 million lawsuit against Boeing, ALAFCO had reached a mutual agreement with the U.S. based aircraft producer to end the legal dispute....