Boeing 737 MAX

American Airlines re-activates first Boeing 737 MAX aircraft

American Airlines, which is set to be the first airline to fly the Boeing 737 MAX commercially, has scheduled re-activation flights on two aircraft of the type....


American Airlines to operate employee-only flights on 737 MAX

In preparation for the return to service of Boeing 737 MAX, American Airlines plans to offer five flights to nowhere exclusively for employees. ...


Transport Canada to reform certification after 737 MAX crash

Following the Boeing 737 MAX crisis, Transport Canada planned to intensify the supervision of the relationship between regulators and aircraft manufacturers....


Brazil’s ANAC clears Boeing 737 MAX to fly

The National Civil Aviation Agency (ANAC) of Brazil has followed the lead of the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and approved the Boeing 737 MAX to fly once again in the country....


Alaska Airlines and Ryanair reiterate support for 737 MAX

Two airlines have expressed their support, in their own different ways, for the Boeing 737 MAX. While Alaska Airlines firmed up an order, Ryanair is seemingly negotiating with Boeing to do so...


EASA drafts 737 MAX return conditions, differences with FAA

Following the release into service by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), the European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) outlined its own process for the Boeing 737 MAX to return....


Delta Air Lines might order Boeing 737 MAX jets, CEO hints

The CEO of Delta Air Lines hinted at the possible purchase of the ungrounded Boeing 737 MAX aircraft....


Airlines to let 737 MAX passengers change tickets for free

Some passengers are reluctant to fly the recently ungrounded Boeing 737 MAX. To reassure travelers, airlines intend to offer free ticket changes.   ...


What airlines need to do before they can fly Boeing 737 MAX?

While the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has cleared the Boeing 737 MAX to fly, airlines have a long list of tasks ahead of them before they can truly carry passengers onboard the MAX....


Brazilian regulator responds to Boeing 737 MAX ungrounding

Despite the Boeing 737 MAX ungrounding in the United States, the Brazilian aviation safety authority says it has yet to decide if the airliner meets its airworthiness requirements. ...