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The Justice Department has subpoenaed Boeing as part of a criminal investigation into the certification and marketing processes for the 737 Max, CNN reported.
Europe and Canada are investigating the Boeing 737 Max themselves rather than trusting the US — another apparent snub of American regulators
EU and Canadian regulators plan to review an upcoming software update to the Boeing 737 Max due in the wake of the deadly Ethiopian Airlines crash.
The crashed Lion Air 737 Max had the same malfunction the day before, but crew figured out how to stop it. The information never made it to the next f...
The Lion Air Boeing Max 737 8 crew found a way to stop the nose pointing downward, a preliminary report found, but the plane crashed the next day.
A cockpit voice recording from doomed Lion Air 737 Max shows pilots scoured the plane’s manual to fix its fatal dive but couldn’t find the...
The investigation into October's Lion Air crash has taken on new significance since the fatal crash of an Ethiopian Airlines 737 Max 8 plane.
An off-duty pilot reportedly prevented a Boeing 737 Max 8 crash one day before the same plane crashed and killed 189 passengers and crew
This development comes as Boeing is reeling from the fallout over its 737 Max series, which has now been grounded in several countries.
US Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao is requesting an audit on how the Boeing 737 Max was certified by the FAA to enter service.
The Boeing 737 has been pushed as far as it can go. Boeing will need a new plane in the future to take on Airbus.
Business Insider polled more than 1,100 people and 53.09% of respondents said they would reschedule their flights if it was on a Boeing 737 Max.
Southwest Airlines will face greater logistical challenges than its US competitors after the grounding of Boeing 737 Max planes, Henry Harteveldt said.
Investigators are pouring over black box data from the Ethiopian Airlines Boeing 737 Max to unlock the cause behind the crash. Here’s what a bla...
An airplane's black boxes are its flight data recorder (FDR) and the cockpit voice recorder (CVR). They aren't black, but actually bright orange.