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A senior Boeing engineer filed a complaint earlier this year saying executives opted for a cheaper solution, which affected safety.
A new NTSB report about the Boeing 737 Max crashes tells the FAA to change its scenarios for testing new planes
The report suggests that the FAA and Boeing assumed pilots would behave one way, when in reality multiple cockpit alarms made things different.
The level of scrutiny with which the 737 Max and the process of fixing it have endured, and the existential need to get it right, give me confidence.
The original event has been canceled, but there are concerns that some people may show up at the restricted military outpost anyway.
European regulators say they’ll test the fixed 737 Max themselves, rather than trusting the FAA’s findings
Global regulators usually defer to the agency from the plane-maker's home country, but the European agency is conducting its own 737 Max review.
The Boeing 737 Max could be grounded through the holidays thanks to a series of new delays, and airlines are cancelling thousands of flights because o...
Amid reports of new delays bringing the Boeing 737 Max back, American said it would cancel flights through December 3, and United through December 19.
Boeing's CEO said in August the jet is expected to hit skies in the fourth quarter, but recertification delays could keep the Max grounded into 2020.
A recalled MacBook Pro has been banned on more than a dozen airlines — here are the carriers that won’t let you bring the laptop on board
Certain models of the laptop were banned from flights after Apple issued a recall. The batteries on the computers can overheat and ignite.
Boeing plans to hire hundreds of temp workers to help deliver grounded 737 Max airplanes, but the families of people who died in a crash involving the...
The embattled plane maker plans to submit its fix for the 737 Max to the FAA in September, and to get the plane flying again by November.
The Joint Authorities Technical Review (JATR) is expected to issue its recommendations to the FAA as early as next week.