Federal officials are seeking to fine Boeing $1.25 million, saying Wednesday that company managers pressured employees who were designated to perform safety-related work at a South Carolina plant.
Boeing's 737 MAX is one step closer to getting back into the skies, as the Federal Aviation Administration released what is believed to be it's last set of recommendations for the plane's return.
Coronavirus continues to hammer the airline industry which means Boeing has also taken a big hit.
Boeing lost $2.4 billion in the second quarter and the company will slow production and cut more jobs as demand for commercial aircraft shrinks during the coronavirus pandemic.
SEATTLE-- Test flights for the re-certification of the Boeing 737 MAX started Monday at Boeing Field in Seattle.
U.S. safety officials will require all Boeing 737 Max airliners to be inspected for a manufacturing defect on engine coverings that they say could lead to loss of power during flights.
Among an industrial park hidden away in Mukilteo, the only thing that stands out is a giant paper airplane, an homage to Boeing and Paine Field up the road, but also a hint of what happens behind the warehouse doors. We feel that our diversity is our edge, said Mike Dillon, the man behind Dillon Works, the fact that we think outside the box, and we can come up with unique ideas. Those ideas are bursting off the walls and ceilings inside the building that houses Dillon Works, and often, nothing is what it seems.
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The US increasingly believes that Iran mistakenly shot down the airliner, according to multiple US officials. The working theory is based on continuing analysis of data from satellites, radar and electronic data collected routinely by US military and intelligence.
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Boeing said on Sunday that it is working with federal regulators and contacted airlines about potential problems discovered in one batch of "slat tracks" produced by a supplier.
Boeing is telling some airlines flying its 737 model to replace a part on the planes' wings, a move that could affect more than 100 aircraft: http://via.q13fox.com/RpOYd
Boeing and IAG, the owner of Aer Lingus, British Airways, Iberia and other European carriers, announced a letter of intent on the purchase of the jets at the Paris Air Show.
The plane has been grounded since mid-March because of two fatal crashes that killed more than 300 people.
A series of simulator flights to test new software developed by Boeing revealed the flaw, according to one of the sources.
The safety culture at Boeing is under heavy scrutiny after multiple reports have suggested that profit was prioritized over safety.
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