Boeing to hire hundreds of temporary workers ahead of 737 Max relaunch

Boeing 737 Max grounding weighing on the airline industry FBN’s Grady Trimble on the impact of the Boeing 737 Max grounding on the airline industry. Aircraft-manufacturing company Boeing has announced it will hire hundreds of temporary employees to help relaunch its growing fleet of 737 Max planes grounded earlier this year. Continue Reading Below The company posted several job listings […]

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Boeing Has So Many Grounded Jets, It’s Parking Them In The Employee Lot

Imagine rolling into work on a Monday morning only to find your usual parking spot occupied by a commercial airliner. Such is the life of employees at Boeing manufacturing facilities in the Seattle area, where undelivered 737 Max jets sit awaiting a software fix ― and the Federal Aviation Administration’s approval ― before they can retake the skies. Having apparently used […]

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Leaked Boeing code points to potential 787 Dreamliner security risks: Report

Boeing 737 Max grounding weighing on the airline industry FBN’s Grady Trimble on the impact of the Boeing 737 Max grounding on the airline industry. U.S. aerospace and defense giant Boeing may be facing another public controversy related to its 787 Dreamliner jets — this one appears to pertain to cybersecurity. Continue Reading Below A new report from Wired details claims by […]

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Boeing, reporting a big loss, stands by hopes 737 Max will fly again this year

Boeing stood by predictions Wednesday that the troubled 737 Max jetliner will return to the skies by the end of the year. CEO Dennis Muilenburg noted, however, that it isn’t Boeing’s decision: Federal and global aviation authorities will determine whether they approve of software changes that will recertify the 737 Max. In saying the 737 Max’s return is the company’s […]

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Boeing announces $4.9 billion charge related to 737 Max jets grounding

Man whose family died in Boeing 737 Max testifies before Congress Paul Njoroge is the first relative to testify before Congress on the March 10 crash of the Ethiopian Airlines 737 Max. Nearly a week ahead of Boeing’s second-quarter earnings release, the company on Thursday announced that it would take a $4.9 billion charge related to the grounding of 737 […]

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Boeing 737 program manager to retire amid crisis over jet's grounding, memo says

Boeing continues to face scrutiny after DOJ reportedly extends 737 Max probe Wall Street Journal aviation reporter Andrew Tangel on the report that the DOJ is extending its investigation beyond the Boeing 737 Max jet and will be investigating the 787 Dreamliner. Boeing’s 737 jet program manager, Eric Lindblad, will retire in a matter of weeks after roughly 12 months […]

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Boeing Reports Zero New Plane Orders For April Amid 737 Max Troubles

Boeing’s bad year continues. As CNN Business pointed out Tuesday, the world’s largest planemaker reported zero new orders for planes in April. Unsurprisingly, Boeing received no new orders for its embattled 737 Max jet, which has been under intense scrutiny following the deadly Lion Air and Ethiopian Airlines crashes. But the company’s other jets, including the 777 and 787, weren’t snapped […]

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Airbus, in blow to Boeing, to launch new long-range jet

Boeing CEO acknowledges ‘mistakes’ in communication over 737 Max safety light malfunction Fox News senior judicial analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano with the latest on the fallout from the crashes of two Boeing 737 Max 8 jets. Airbus SE will manufacture a new long-range, single-aisle jetliner, the company announced on Monday, creating an opportunity for carriers in markets where demand for international […]

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