Boeing's stock dipped to session lows after a new report showed the aircraft manufacturer found more issues with its 737 Max jet. CNBC.com's Leslie Josephs joins the "Power Lunch" team to break down the latest.
Wall Street is expecting bigger write downs for Boeing in the wake of the 737 Max crisis. CNBC.com's aviation reporter Leslie Josephs joins "Squawk Box" to explain her reporting on why Bank of America is now estimating the total cost to be as high as $20 billion.
Delta reported bumping a total of nine passengers from its flights last year while American bumped more than 15,000, according to The Wall Street Journal
A special DOT-convened panel that reviewed the Boeing 737 Max called for improvements to oversight of pilot performance and training and in derivative aircraft.
Southwest Airlines says it will remove the Boeing 737 Max jetliner from the schedule through June. CNBC's "Squawk Box" crew discuss.
The FAA is investigating after a Delta flight dumped fuel on a populated part of Los Angeles that included several elementary schools during an emergency landing.
For all of 2019, Boeing lost orders for 87 commercial airplanes while European rival Airbus logged orders for 768 new planes last year.
Boeing is expected to cap a rocky 2019 with weak December delivery numbers. The data will be released on David Calhoun's second day as CEO. Consumer protection advocate Ralph Nader, who lost a niece in one of the 737 Max crashes, joins "Squawk Box" to discuss.
Boeing is entering a new era as Chairman David Calhoun takes over as CEO. CNBC's Jim Cramer breaks down where the company can go from here.
Dave Calhoun becomes Boeing's new CEO on Monday, tasked with getting the 737 Max back in service in the wake of two deadly crashes.
Boeing is entering a new era as Chairman David Calhoun takes over as CEO. Gordon Bethune, former chairman and CEO of Continental Airlines who previously served as a vice president general manager of Boeing's 737 and 757 programs, and Jeff Sonnenfeld, associate dean for leadership studies at Yale School of Management, join "Squawk Box" to discuss.
Jim Hall, former NTSB chairman, and CNBC's Phil LeBeau join the "Power Lunch" team to discuss the investigation into the Ukrainian flight that crashed in Iran shortly after takeoff. Iran denies the jet was shot down by a missile.
Jim Cramer's use of the word "clown" evoked one of the newly public messages, in which one Boeing worker was bragging to another in April 2017.
Jim Cramer's use of the word "clown" evoked one of the newly, publicly revealed messages, in which one Boeing worker was bragging to another in April 2017 about the now-grounded 737 Max.
"It's really important that the FAA, having looked at these emails ... didn't see any safety related risk that they didn't already know about," said Greg Feith, formerly with the National Transportation Safety Board.
Boeing employees boasted about bullying regulators to approve the now-grounded 737 Max without requiring pilots to undergo simulator training while others raised safety concerns and complained about lax standards, according to a trove of internal documents the company released on Thursday. Seth Kaplan, aviation journalist at Kaplan Research, joins "Squawk Box" to discuss.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said on Thursday that there is evidence that the Boeing 737-800 plane that crashed in Iran was shot down by a missile, perhaps unintentionally. Iran has since dismissed that idea. Greg Feith, former investigator with the National Transportation Safety Board, and CNBC's Phil LeBeau join "Squawk Box" to discuss.
Documents show Boeing employees boasted about bullying regulators to approve the 737 Max without requiring simulator training.
There are still a lot of questions surrounding the crash of the Boeing 737-800 jet in Iran. Seth Kaplan, aviation journalist at Kaplan Research, joins "Squawk Box" to discuss the latest.
There are still a lot of questions surrounding the crash of the Boeing 737-800 jet in Iran. The cause is unclear, with a variety of conflicting reports being released and Tehran has signaled that it will not turn over the black box flight recorders to Boeing or the United States. Greg Feith, former investigator with the National Transportation Safety Board, and CNBC's Phil LeBeau join "Squawk Box" to discuss what might come next in the investigation.