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A KLM aircraft.

Dutch airline KLM apologized after a tweet telling followers you’re more likely to survive a plane crash if you’re sitting at the back

KLM's verified Twitter account in India shared the information as part of its #TuesdayTrivia competition. Both the account and KLM then apologized.
A man examines a pile of twisted metal gathered by workers during the continuing recovery efforts at the crash site of Ethiopian Airlines flight ET302 on March 11, 2019 in Bishoftu, Ethiopia

Families of 737 Max crash victims say Boeing has not contacted them, offered support, or apologized since the disasters

Boeing has apologized publicly for the two 737 Max crashes that killed 346 people, but one victim's family said they deserved an apology in person.

Boeing slides after regulators discover more safety risks in the troubled 737 Max

The Federal Aviation Administration uncovered a design flaw in the 737 Max that could cause the planes to dive in a dangerous maneuver.
Michael Stumo and Nadia Milleron, parents of Samya Rose Stumo, who was killed in the Ethiopian Airlines Boeing 737 Max crash, listen as the a House committee holds a hearing on the 737 Max on June 19, 2019.

‘I could never live with myself’: The parents of a Boeing 737 Max victim explain why they chose to campaign to prevent another disaster, r...

Nadia Milleron and Michael Stumo lost their daughter Samya Stumo when an Ethiopian Airlines Boeing 737 Max jet crashed and killed everyone on board.
An American Airlines Boeing 737 Max jet at Miami International Airport in March 2019.

American Airlines CEO reportedly told employees that the Boeing 737 Max’s return could be delayed even longer because of ‘politics’

Doug Parker said the airline's 737 Max fights could be delayed until October as it works on pilot schedules and waits for the FAA to certify the jet.
Family and friends of the Ethiopian Airlines Flight 302 Boeing plane crash victims hold a protest outside Boeing's annual shareholders meeting at the Field Museum on April 29, 2019 in Chicago, Illinois.

Here are all the investigations and lawsuits that Boeing and the FAA are facing after the 737 Max crashes killed almost 350 people

The Department of Justice, Department of Transportation, and the SEC are reportedly looking at Boeing and the FAA, as families and shareholders sue.
A RQ-4 Global Hawk drone conducts tests over Maryland in an undated photo.

Airlines cancel and divert flights passing over Iran after it shot down a US drone

United, British Airways, Qantas, and Lufthansa are among the carriers now avoiding Iranian airspace, as tension in the region escalate.

A key question about emergency maneuvers could throw a wrench in Boeing’s plan to get the 737 Max back in the sky

The crank on Boeing's 737 Max allows a pilot to change the vertical angle of the plane's nose, according to The Wall Street Journal.
American Airlines Boeing 737 Max jets.

The head of a major pilots’ union will criticize Boeing’s training in front of Congress, calling it the company’s ‘final fatal...

Allied Pilots Association President Daniel Carey, who represents American Airlines pilots, will testify Wednesday to the House about the 737 Max.
A Norwegian Boeing 737 Max.

A Boeing 737 Max being moved across Europe made a forced landing after being denied entry into German airspace

Norwegian had tried to move the 737 Max plane from Málaga, Spain, to Stockholm to keep its fleet together while awaiting a software update.