Indian IT firms unfairly targeted in Boeing 737 Max fiasco, says industry
HCL Technologies and Cyient said they were not involved in the design of the Manoeuvering Characteristics Augmentation System (MCAS).
A breakdown for Boeing and the FAA after years of trust
FAA chief Steve Dickson -- a former Delta Air Lines employee who in August took over ...
Damning Boeing employee messages say Max 'designed by clowns'
The communications threaten to upend Boeing’s efforts to rebuild public trust i...
Boeing's checklist of 737 Max fixes grows with wiring issue
The company said it is too soon to know whether it will need to make any design changes, such as moving the wiring bundles farther apart. Boeing says it believes that other safeguards, including circuit breakers and insulation around the wiring, could be sufficient to prevent a short-circuit from leading to another crash.
MCA plea to reopen CG Power books likely
According to a person in the know, the MCA’s probe has indicated a suspicious diversion of more than Rs. 2,000 crore by certain erstwhile directors and key managerial executives.
Boeing CEO knew about pilot’s warnings before second crash
Investigations by The New York Times have revealed that Boeing employees sometimes felt pressure to play down safety concerns and meet deadlines, that key FAA officials didn’t fully understand MCAS.
On malfunctioning Boeing Max, captain had the flu and copilot was a sub
In a submission to the report, Lion Air said it’s unfair to blame the crew.
Working with airlines on how to tell passengers that 737 Max planes are safe: Boeing
"We are working with pilot community...of the customer airlines and the flight attendants. We are working with our customers (airlines) to figure out how we can communicate the message to passengers," said Darren Hulst, Deputy Vice President of Commercial Marketing, Boeing in New Delhi.
Document suggests Boeing pilots saw MAX system problems in 2016
In recent days, American Airlines, United Airlines and Southwest Airlines have pushed back their target dates for returning the MAX to service, with the three carriers pulling all flights for the aircraft through January or February 2020.
Boeing unveils revamp to deepen safety focus after Max crashes
The company had already rung up $8.3 billion in Max-related expenses through July.
CG Power Irregularities: Gautam Thapar joins probe, rejects allegations of unauthorised deals
Thapar was ousted from the chairmanship of the troubled CG Power and Industrial Solutions last week after alleged irregularities and unauthorised transactions surfaced.
Government asks NCLT to freeze assets of IL&FS unit’s former auditor
Government’s counsel has asked the NCLT to pass an order to freeze accounts of former auditors.
After 2 fatal crashes, Boeing confesses about lack of transparency
The 737 Max was first introduced in May 2017. It was designed to be a newer, better version of Boeing's 737.
Boeing jet trouble leads to cuts at Europe's busiest airline
The airline also warned Tuesday that its growth in European summer traffic for 2020 will be lower than expected because of the slowed deliveries.
Software update on 737 MAX now complete: Boeing CEO
The 737 Max 8 and 9 models were grounded worldwide after an Ethiopian Airlines crash on March 10 that investigators have described as appearing similar to a Lion Air crash on October 29 last year.
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