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Passengers say they saw flight price increases from airlines like Jet2, British Airways, TUI, and Ryanair. Operators say it is just economics.
The FAA and other regulators have not given a date for when the 737 Max can return as Boeing fixes the plane after two crashes that killed 346 people.
Pilots from Ryanair voted to strike just weeks after a similar vote by British Airways pilots. There are also looming strikes at London Heathrow.
Ryanair says it will cut 900 pilot and flight attendant jobs because of Brexit concerns and the Boeing 737 Max grounding
CEO Michael O'Leary cited Boeing 737 Max delivery delays, Brexit uncertainty, and rising costs and competition. The airline will also close bases.
The CEO of one of the world’s largest airlines said Boeing needs to get its ‘s— together’ as the ongoing 737 Max crisis hits t...
Ryanair CEO Michael O'Leary warned of job cuts and delays to 737 Max deliveries impacting its summer 2020 schedule if the 737 Max doesn't return.
The world’s 5th-largest airline blames the grounding of the Boeing 737 Max as it says it expects to carry fewer passengers and may even close so...
Ryanair's CEO said the company was confident in the Boeing 737 Max but it would be "prudent" to think the plane might not return until December.
One of the world’s largest airlines appears to be rebranding its Boeing 737 Max jets as customers say they don’t want to fly on the plane ...
People have expressed fears about flying in Boeing 737 Max planes, and airlines are finding different ways to reassure and accommodate them.
400 pilots have joined a growing number of airlines in demanding payback from Boeing for its 737 Max disasters — here’s the full list
Air China, Turkish Airlines, Ryanair, and Norwegian are among airlines looking for some form of compensation from Boeing as its 737 Max is grounded.
Shares in easyJet, Ryanair and British Airways-owner IAG rose on the prospect of a surge in summer bookings following the Brexit extension.
British Airways accidentally sent a plane to Scotland instead of Germany — and it turns out flights getting lost is more common than you think
At least 150 flights by US carriers alone landed in the wrong airports between the early 1990s and 2014, and human error is mostly to blame.