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As Boeing works to fix the troubled 737 Max, we look back at the 55-year history of the venerable workhorse narrow-body airplane.
Terrifying footage from inside the cockpit of a Boeing 737 plane shows the moments before it crashed into the sea
One person was killed and six others were injured when the plane crashed in Chuuk, in the Federated States of Micronesia, in September.
American Airlines removed Boeing's 737 Max, which crashed in Ethiopia and Indonesia in the last nine months, from its plane roster until November.
Speaking at a conference on Tuesday, Delta CEO Ed Bastian said the fatal 737 Max accidents were "unthinkable" but defended Boeing's safety record.
Boeing’s nightmare year gets even worse as it admits hundreds of planes — including 159 737 Maxes — may have defective parts on thei...
Boeing on Sunday warned that hundreds of 737 Max and Next Generation planes may be affected by a batch of faulty slat tracks — a device on the wing.
The Boeing 737 Max crisis could mark a seismic shift for the aviation industry. Here are the other disasters that have changed the way we fly.
Two fatal crashes involving Boeing's 737 Max planes could change the US or global aviation industry in the way fatal crashes have done so before.
Federal agency opens investigation into latest mishap involving Boeing, when a plane skidded off a runway in Jacksonville
The National Transportation Safety Board is investigating a Boeing 737 plane that slid off a runway in Jacksonville into the St. Johns River Friday night.
Southwest and FAA officials never knew Boeing turned off a safety feature on its 737 Max jets, and dismissed ideas about grounding them
Southwest Airlines never knew that Boeing turned off a standard safety feature on its 737 Max jets, reported The Wall Street Journal.
Airlines have stopped ordering Boeing 737 planes, according to new data, in a troubling sign for the future of the company's fastest-selling airplane.
Ethiopian Airlines Flight ET302 is the second catastrophic crash of a nearly brand-new Boeing 737 MAX airliner in four months.