B737 Max 8

Indian start-up Akasa Air unveils new livery

New Indian airline Akasa Air unveils its new livery, in shades of orange and purple  ...


Norwegian Air Shuttle adds two 737 MAX 8 leases as it rebuilds operation

Budget airline Norwegian is leasing two Boeing 737 MAX 8 aircraft as it rebuilds operations ahead of summer 2022 ...


Indian start-up Akasa announces order for 72 Boeing 737 MAX at Dubai Airshow

Indian start-up Akasa Air confirms plans to operate the 737 MAX, placing an order for 72 of the Boeing aircraft at the Dubai Airshow  ...


Singapore Airlines expects to restart 737 MAX flights before end of 2021

Singapore Airlines expects to restart Boeing 737 MAX flights before the end of 2021, an executive said on November 16, 2021  ...


SpiceJet to start operating Boeing 737 MAX aircraft

SpiceJet intends to commence operations with its Boeing 737 MAX aircraft from October 5, 2021....


Ryanair to receive first Boeing 737 MAX in coming days

Ryanair set to take first 737 MAX delivery from firm order of 210 aircraft, O’Leary confirms....


Boeing CEO: MAX grounding ‒ defining moment for the company

Boeing Chief Executive Officer Dennis Muilenburg calls the global 737 MAX grounding a “defining moment” for the company. ...


ET 302 crash victims’ families speak before US Congress

Family members of Ethiopian Airlines flight ET302 victims have spoken at a U.S. Congressional hearing on July 17, 2019. Calling Boeing’s actions in the aftermath of two MAX 8 jets crashes “shameful” and “a disgrace to humanity”, they have provided recommendations for improving aviation safety....


Boeing is reportedly planning 737 MAX software upgrade

Boeing is reportedly considering a software upgrade for its 737 MAX family following the deadly crash of Lion Air Flight JT610 last month. The move comes after a preliminary report by Indonesian investigators, released just a few days ago, put the U.S. plane maker’s new anti-stall system at the center of the search for the cause of the accident....


Downed Lion Air B737 MAX 8 in “un-airworthy” condition: report

The preliminary findings, based on the data retrieved from the flight data recorder, confirm that the jetliner experienced speed and altitude issues on its previous flights and states it was in an “un-airworthy” condition on the day it crashed....