The planes have been grounded worldwide since mid-March after two crashes within five months of one another claimed 346 lives.
Boeing posted its largest-ever quarterly loss due to the worldwide grounding of the 737 Max.
Demand for air travel is growing so rapidly that 800,000 new pilots are expected to be needed over the next 20 years, according to Boeing's latest forecast.
U.S. stock futures point to a higher open ahead of the Monday session, as investors look ahead to a two-day Fed meeting that begins tomorrow.
Boeing is scrambling to restore confidence in the 737 Max from regulators, customers and the flying public.
As airlines extend cancellations of the Boeing 737 Max, Delta's CEO says it'll likely take longer than expected for the jets to return to service.
American Airlines is extending cancellations on the grounded Boeing 737 Max to Sept. 3. The beleaguered plane still doesn't have government approval to fly following two fatal crashes.
An end to the Boeing 737 Max 8 groundings could save the aircraft maker's struggling stock, says Strategic Wealth Partners chief Mark Tepper.
After two deadly crashes, Boeing is struggling to regain the confidence of its airline customers, regulators and perhaps the trickiest, the public.
Boeing is operating test flights with air safety regulators this week, a precursor to operating test flights so the grounded jets can be cleared to fly again.
The FAA plans to order airlines to replace the parts in question, a new wrinkle for carriers who are already grappling with grounded 737 Max planes.
United Airlines will wait until "everyone agrees" the Max is safe to bring back, says CEO Oscar Munoz. "We're going to do this in a safe manner."
Boeing 737 Max planes are grounded worldwide after the two crashes since October killed a total of 346 people.
Boeing and the FAA are now facing numerous investigations regarding the two deadly crashes of the 737 Max.
In two hearings held in late March and one scheduled for next week, U.S. lawmakers are grilling virtually every major official involved in the 737 Max program — except Boeing CEO Dennis Muilenburg.
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.
Dozens of countries and airlines have split from the Federal Aviation Administration in grounding Boeing's 737 Max airplanes after two fatal crashes.
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."
U.K. aviation regulators are the latest to ground Boeing 737 Max jets following the second deadly crash in five months.
U.S. airlines tried to assure nervous travelers that their Boeing 737 MAX planes are safe after one flown by Ethiopian Airlines crashed.