Boeing Seeks To Throw Out Norwegian’s 737 MAX Lawsuit

This summer, Norwegian Air filed a $1 billion lawsuit against Boeing due to losses incurred from the grounding of the 737 MAX. The airline, which just last week entered protection from creditors... Read more »

Breaking: Brazil Becomes 2nd Nation To Recertify Boeing 737 MAX

The Brazilian National Civil Aviation Agency (ANAC) today reauthorized the operation of the aircraft model Boeing 737-8 MAX in Brazil, after a process of over one and a half years. It is... Read more »

Which Airlines Fly The Boeing 787-10?

The Boeing 787-10 Dreamliner is the largest member of the Boeing 787 Dreamliner family. It was also the last of the three models to enter service, with the first delivery taking place... Read more »

Little Vs Large: Comparing The 737 MAX 7 And The 777X

American manufacturer Boeing’s two newest airliners are the widebody 777X and the narrowbody 737 MAX. These are next-generation variants of existing Boeing aircraft, the hugely successful 777 and 737, rather than brand-new... Read more »

FAA clears the Boeing 737 MAX to return to service

Federal Aviation Administration-FAA issued this statement today: FAA Administrator Steve Dickson today signed an order (PDF) that paves the way for the Boeing 737 MAX to return to commercial service. Administrator Dickson’s... Read more »

Canada takes a different approach for the Boeing 737 MAX

Statement by Minister Garneau on Federal Aviation Administration’s certification of changes to the Boeing 737 MAX aircraft: “Our government remains committed to keeping Canadians, the travelling public, and the transportation system safe... Read more »

Boeing responds to FAA approval to resume 737 MAX operations

Boeing issued this statement (note: Boeing is no longer using the MAX term in the designation): The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) today rescinded the order that halted commercial operations of Boeing... Read more »

Boeing 737 MAX Certification Expected This Week

In just a few days, the Boeing 737 MAX is expected to be recertified by regulators. After over a year on the ground, the US is expected to give the green light... Read more »

Last British Airways 747 In Chatham Dockyard Livery Makes Final Flight

Yesterday saw another milestone reached in the retirement of British Airways’ iconic Boeing 747 fleet. In the afternoon of November 13th, the airline’s last remaining 747 to bear the ‘Chatham Dockyard’ livery... Read more »

Boeing: China Needs $1.4 Trillion Worth Of New Planes By 2039

Boeing has published its commercial market outlook for 2020 through 2039 and estimates that China alone will need $1.4 trillion worth of new aircraft in the next 20 years. The analysis by... Read more »