Boeing CEO Dennis Muilenburg restated the aircraft maker's commitment to safety on Monday night, and he again pledged to provide a software update and training to pilots related to the 737 Max airliner. » Read More
Transport Canada is re-examining the validation it gave Boeing's 737 Max jets, following reports of a U.S. probe into the aircraft's certification by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), Canadian Transport Minister Marc Garneau said on Monday. » Read More
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French accident investigator BEA said Monday that black box data recovered from a crashed Ethiopian Airlines plane show "clear similarities" to another Boeing 737 Max crash in October. » Read More
Southwest Airlines and a union representing its mechanics could be on the verge of ending a bitter, long-running labor dispute that has triggered hundreds of flight cancellations and raised safety concerns. » Read More
The Department of Transportation inquiry is focused on a safety system suspected of factoring into the crash of a Lion Air flight, The Wall Street Journal says.
Dozens of countries and airlines have split from the Federal Aviation Administration in grounding Boeing's 737 Max airplanes after two fatal crashes.
The Federal Aviation Administration is set to approve Boeing's fix to its anti-stall software in 10 days, sending shares of the airplane manufacturer higher.
Kayak unveils a new search feature to filter out specific plane models, following Sunday's deadly Boeing 737 Max 8 crash.
Most U.S. airlines already halted service to Venezuela, making American the last major airline to pull out, further isolating the nation.
Most U.S. airlines halted service to Venezuela and American would be the last major airline to pull out, further isolating the South American nation.
Boeing has paused delivery of 737 Max airplanes due to the temporary grounding, the company announced Thursday.
"I hope it's going to be for a short period of time," Trump told reporters during a meeting with Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar at the White House.
Despite recent controversy surrounding aircraft manufacturer Boeing after Sunday's crash of a new 737 Max Ethiopian Airlines plane, Cathay Pacific's CEO said Thursday the airline is "very happy" with its Boeing fleet.
Airlines are waiving ticket-change charges after the Federal Aviation Administration grounded their fleets of new Boeing 737 Max jets.
"You can't go out there and start grounding aircraft and cause a disruption in air travel and business around the United States and around the world based on emotion," Rep. Garret Graves, R-La., tells CNBC.
Daniel Elwell said the FAA grounded the aircraft after receiving new actionable data.
The move marks a stunning turnaround for the U.S., which stood by the Boeing plane as dozens of other countries suspended service.
However, ex-American CEO Robert Crandall says he would fly on a Max 8. "If my kids or grandkids were going to get on the airplane, I'd tell them to go."
Canada on Wednesday joined dozens of countries in grounding Boeing 737 Max planes, further isolating the U.S., after a second crash.
U.S. pilots express confidence in the 737 Max planes after two of them crashed within five months of one another, prompting countries around the world to ground the planes.