Boeing 737 MAX
'Our wounds will never heal': Ethiopia marks one year since plane crash
Ethiopian Airlines on Tuesday marked the one-year anniversary of the crash of Flight 302, bringing together victims' families for a ceremony and six minutes of silence in memory
Boeing 737 Max engine manufacturer shifts to Airbus models
With Boeing suspending production of their 737 Max this month and its immediate future uncertain, the joint venture between General Electric and Safran that manufactures the engines that power the embattled max
Boeing still hopes 737 Max will fly again this year
A top Boeing executive insisted Wednesday the aviation giant was confident its controversial 737 Max jets could be flying again before the end of the year.
Resurgent Boeing 737 MAX could trigger jet surplus, analyst warns
Airlines that have been forced to rejig operations due to the grounding of the 737 MAX could face a markedly different problem when Boeing Co’s best-selling jet is finally cleared to re-enter service: a gradual switch to concerns about oversupply...
Boeing's 737 MAX crisis deepens, hitting shares
The pressure was mounting Monday on Boeing as newly-surfaced documents deepened doubts about the company's ability to return a top-selling jet to service soon and amplified calls for a leadership shakeup.
Aviation experts blast FAA over 737 MAX redesign approval: report
Aviation experts slammed US regulators for allowing design changes to Boeing's 737 MAX aircraft that have been implicated in two crashes causing the deaths of more than 300 people, according to press reports.
Boeing still eyes 737 MAX return in 4Q: Boeing spokesman
Boeing continues to target the fourth quarter for regulatory approval to return the 737 MAX to service after two deadly crashes, a spokesman said Tuesday.
Experts to criticize US aviation authority over 737 MAX
A panel of global civil aviation authorities is expected to criticize the US Federal Aviation Administration's approval of Boeing's 737 MAX, which has been grounded for six months following two crashes, a source familiar with the matter said Monday.