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Rytis Beresnevicius
Boeing CEOs timeline: will Calhoun bring change?

With David Calhoun taking the helm of the company, will Boeing get out of the 737 MAX crisis with its reputation intact and change the course of its history?...


Zivile Zalagenaite
From all-Boeing to mixed: Xiamen Airlines asks for Airbus jets

Xiamen Airlines, an all-Boeing operator, is planning to add the first Airbus-made aircraft to its fleet by leasing ten A321neo from 2021. The news from a formerly exclusive Boeing Chinese client comes a day after the United States and China signed a Phase One trade deal, likely to help Boeing sell more of its products in the Asian country....


Rytis Beresnevicius
Record lows: Boeing reveals orders and deliveries in 2019

With the 737 MAX crisis continuing, Boeing Orders and Deliveries' results have fallen to record-breaking lows in an already difficult year for the company....


Clement Charpentreau
Delta Boeing 777 dumps fuel over school [Video]

Delta Air Lines landed in hot water after one of its Boeing 777 aircraft dumped fuel over the suburbs of Los Angeles. To make matters even worse, the location where the fuel landed happened to be an elementary school. About twenty children and ten adults who were in the courtyard of the school were affected....


AeroTime Team
Calhoun takes Boeing lead as CEO, Muilenburg gets $80M on exit

On January 13, 2020, David L. Calhoun is starting his role as the president and chief executive officer of the Boeing company. Calhoun is replacing the company’s previous head Dennis Muilenburg, who is believed to have lost the role due to the 737 MAX crisis....


AeroTime Team
FAA wants to fine Boeing $5.4M for slat tracks on 737MAX

Claiming that Boeing had submitted approximately 178 Boeing 737 MAX aircraft for certification, knowing that the aircraft were installed with nonconforming slat tracks, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has proposed a $5.4 million fine against the plane maker. This is the second time in recent months when the U.S. authority proposes multi-million after finding allegedly faulty slat tracks on Boeing planes. Previously, the agency’s a...


AeroTime Team
Boeing employees’ emails draw parallel between 737 MAX and 777X

The internal emails among Boeing company employees working on the 737 MAX development program, which have recently been made public, have revealed some underlying problems with the company’s safety culture. Some of them indicate that the problems, especially those related to the development and qualification of simulators, might be expanding from the ill-fated MAX to Boeing’s next development ‒ the 777X. ...


Rytis Beresnevicius
EU resumes Boeing-Embraer investigation; sets deadline to April 6

Boeing-Embraer tie-up is moving forward, as the European Union regulators have once again restarted the investigation into the joint-venture. A decision is set to be announced on April 6, 2020....


Clement Charpentreau
Iran refuses to deliver black boxes of UIA crash to Boeing

The Iranian authorities do not intend to give Boeing and the U.S. authorities the flight recorders of the Ukraine International flight PS752 that crashed in Tehran, killing 176 people....


Rytis Beresnevicius
Boeing: 737 MAX pilots should go through simulator training

Seemingly, Boeing is taking the first step forward to end the debate regarding 737 MAX pilot training: the company recommended that all pilots should go through simulator sessions before flying the aircraft. The final decision, however, rests in the hands of the regulators....