Indonesia locates black boxes of crashed Sriwijaya Air jet as body parts, wreckage recovered
The Boeing 737-500 with 62 passengers and crew was headed on a domestic flight to Pontianak in West Kalimantan on Saturday before it disappeared from radar screens four minutes after take-off.
Air Canada Boeing 737-8 MAX suffers engine issue
Boeing and operators are bracing for heightened scrutiny as the MAX returns from a 20 month ...
Boeing again cutting widebody production rate
Boeing's Greg Smith also told a conference that there is no "normal profile" currently for jet ...
Lufthansa Cargo DB Schenker team up for first sustainable fuel flight
“This first CO2-neutral freight flight was made possible by a cooperation between DB Schenker and Lufthansa Cargo. The logistics service provider and the air freight company transported goods from Siemens Healthineers AG, among others, on this flight,” said a statement.
Boeing 737 MAX jets undergo round-the-clock effort to clear inventory
The work at Moses Lake is a cornerstone of a global logistical and financial strategy under way at Boeing to clear a backlog of more than 800 mothballed 737 MAX jets. About 450 are Boeing property, and a further 387 were in airline service before the FAA's grounding order in March 2019.
As regulators prepare to weigh in on 737 MAX, FAA's global dominance fades
In March 2019, when the second MAX crash in five months brought the death toll on the recently introduced Boeing Co model to 346 people, China quickly grounded the airliner, sparking a cascade of flight bans around the world.
US ends Boeing 737 MAX flight ban after crash probes
The 737 MAX crashes in Indonesia and Ethiopia killed 346 people within five months in 2018 and 2019 and triggered a hailstorm of investigations, frayed U.S. leadership in global aviation and cost Boeing some $20 billion.
US approval for 737 MAX return nears as challenges remain for Boeing
A group of relatives of MAX crash victims and some US House Democrats have urged the FAA to disclose key supporting data in its examination of the plane.
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Battered by pandemic, Boeing cutting 30,000 jobs in two years
A steep drop in commercial plane travel has prompted airlines to cancel plane orders or defer deliveries, crimping Boeing's revenues.
Boeing says Covid pandemic will cut demand for news planes for a decade
The company on Tuesday predicted that the world will need 18,350 new commercial airplanes in the next decade, a drop of 11% from its 2019 forecast. The value of that market will slide by about $200 billion from last year's forecast, to $2.9 trillion.
Boeing finds new 787 Dreamliner production problem
The U.S. planemaker said during fabrication of the 787 horizontal stabilizer it learned some components were clamped with greater force than specified, which could result in improper gap verification and shimming.
Manufacturing defect leads Boeing to ground several 787 jets
Boeing Co. said that it discovered "two distinct manufacturing issues" toward the rear of certain 787s that means the planes don't meet design standards. The company said it notified the Federal Aviation Administration and is trying to determine the cause of the problem.
US airlines burn $10 billion a month as traffic plummets
Even after grounding more than 3,000 aircraft, or nearly 50% of the active U.S. fleet, the group said its member carriers, which include the four largest U.S. airlines, are averaging just 17 passengers per domestic flight and 29 passengers per international flight.
Boeing to cut staff by 10% amid coronavirus pandemic
Boeing will need to make "even deeper reductions in areas that are most exposed to the condition of our commercial customers - more than 15% across our commercial airplanes and services businesses, as well as our corporate functions," Boeing Co CEO Dave Calhoun said.