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The spotlight on Boeing and the FAA will only get hotter after the 737 Max crisis. Now global regulators are focusing on the plane-maker’s newes...
The European and Emirati aviation regulators said they would conduct their own review of Boeing's 777X, upending years of regulatory norms.
Boeing’s problems mount as FAA vows to ramp up oversight of the embattled 737 Max even after it is finally allowed to fly
A new report also suggested that Boeing's plane to resume deliveries of new 737 Max planes to airline customers in December won't happen.
Boeing’s 737 Max shouldn’t be allowed to fly with a controversial flight-control system, an aviation regulator reportedly said in leaked e...
The manager at Canada's aviation regulator told counterparts at other global regulators that he has concerns about the MCAS system on the 737 Max.
Bad air traffic control procedures in Florida are creating ‘hazardous’ risks of mid-air plane collisions, according to a whistle-blower co...
The report found that even though the FAA investigated and called for change, it did not adequately take corrective action.
The FAA wants to completely change how it certifies planes after it vouched for the Boeing 737 Max before it crashed
Federal Aviation Administration chief Stephen Dickson told The Wall Street Journal he wants to prioritize pilot behavior in its certification process.
Boeing is pressuring the FAA to clear the 737 Max to fly sooner, even as some airline staff beg not to be put back on it
On Friday, the head of the FAA acknowledged that his staff are under pressure to speed the approval of the jet, grounded since two fatal crashes.
The 38 jets, all bought from foreign airlines, have incomplete maintenance records, making it impossible to tell whether they meet safety standards.
Boeing’s latest crisis is growing after an airline found cracks on two 737 planes that weren’t due for inspection yet
Lion Air, the airline involved in the first 737 Max crash, has found cracks on some of its 737NG planes that were below an inspection threshold.
Internal Boeing survey hints at a culture of rushing through aircraft safety features in the years before 2 fatal 737 Max crashes
News of the survey, reported by The Wall Street Journal, comes as internal messages suggest Boeing misled authorities about the 737 Max's safety.
A senior Boeing engineer filed a complaint earlier this year saying executives opted for a cheaper solution, which affected safety.