Planes
Trulli
Boeing's 737 MAX 7 lifts off for the first time. EASA says the aircraft family could be approved for European operation by the end of 2020. (Photo: AirlineGeeks | Chuyi Chuang)

Boeing, FAA Find New Issues With the 737 MAX

After closing one of the worst years in its history, Boeing Corporation is not starting this 2020 under the best auspices. According to the New York Times, citing multiple anonymous sources inside the company, more problems related to the Boeing 737 MAX have surfaced during the past few weeks and could delay the return to commercial service of the aircraft type, as well as potentially require interventions on other Boeing aircraft types currently in service. The Boeing 737 MAX was…

Boeing Makes Executive Level Changes

Over the last few days, new reports over documents shared by Boeing revealed that the company was aware of failings in the MCAS system before the 737 MAX completed its regulatory phase with the FAA. This continues to untangle serious ethical and corporate governance considerations at the American aircraft manufacturer.…

United CEO Declines Need for Additional 737 MAX Training

During a conference on Wednesday to discuss new international routes out of San Francisco, the CEO of United Airlines made his first public comments on the safety of the 737 MAX. His comments came over a month after Lion Air Flight 610 crashed into the Java Sea on Oct. 29,…