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The crashed Lion Air and Ethiopian jets lacked safety features that could have helped because Boeing charged extra for them, report says
The New York Times said the airlines passed on an "angle-of-attack indicator" and a "disagree light," which could have had a bearing on the disaster.
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.
President Donald Trump on Tuesday nominated the former Delta Air Lines executive Steve Dickson as the permanent head of the FAA.
Everything we know about Ethiopian Airlines’ deadly crash of a Boeing 737 Max 8, the second disaster involving the plane in 5 months, and what B...
The crash, which is similar to that of Lion Air in October, has prompted several countries to ban the aircraft in question from their airspace.
Boeing’s CEO wrote an open letter about the 737 Max plane groundings — here’s what he says the company is doing after 2 deadly crash...
After two of its planes crashed in less than five months, Boeing says a software update will be ready by the end of the month.
Boeing and the FAA were reportedly told about issues with the 737 Max software 4 days before the plane’s 2nd deadly crash
The Seattle Times says it presented internal safety analyses to both parties 11 days ago — well before the Ethiopian Airlines crash last Sunday.
The government’s grounding of all Boeing 737 Max jets is a reminder that the US still doesn’t have a leader for its top air safety ag...
A key air-safety post has remained unfilled under President Donald Trump.
Rep. Peter DeFazio told The New York Times he wanted to see all relevant communications between the planemaker and the FAA.
The black boxes from the Ethiopian Airlines crash are being sent to France instead of the US — a sharp break with precedent that could be seen a...
An Ethiopian Airlines official said the choice to send the black boxes to Europe and not the US was a strategic one for the airline and government.
Trump reportedly considered whether grounding Boeing 737 Max planes would spark panic and hurt the stock market
Trump was reportedly "engaged" with advisers and compared the 737 Max with the Boeing 757, his own personal jet dubbed "Trump Force One."