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WASHINGTON: The U.S. Transportation Department's Office of Inspector General said on Monday it will audit Federal Aviation Administration pilot training requirements for U.S. and foreign air carriers after two deadly crashes of Boeing's 737 MAX.
WASHINGTON: Federal Aviation Administrator Steve Dickson called senior U.S. airline officials on Friday and told them the agency could approve the grounded Boeing 737 MAX's return to service before mid-year - a faster time frame than the planemaker suggested this week, people briefed on the calls said.
New YORK: Boeing Co said on Thursday Michael Luttig, who was appointed senior adviser to the planemaker's board amid the 737 MAX crisis in May, will retire at the end of the year.
DUBLIN: Ryanair has announced a further two-month delay to the start of its Boeing MAX 737 deliveries and warned it may have none of the jets to fly next summer, which would freeze growth of one of Europe’s fastest growing airlines.
WASHINGTON: A Boeing Co senior pilot said he might have unintentionally misled regulators, in a series of internal messages from 2016 that became public Friday, plunging the world's largest airplane maker into a fresh crisis.
PARIS/SEATTLE/SINGAPORE: Minutes after take-off, the pilots of an Ethiopian Airlines 737 MAX were caught in a bad situation.
WASHINGTON/ADDIS ABABA (Reuters) - The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) will significantly change its oversight approach to air safety by July, a U.S. transport department official said on Tuesday, following two fatal Boeing MAX 737 plane crashes.
For airlines that over-ordered the latest version of Boeing's 737 workhorse, the grounding could be a good excuse to delay or cancel purchases, saving cash on the balance sheet, analysts said.
TOKYO: Malaysia may have to reconsider the purchase of 25 Boeing Co 737 MAX 8 aircraft, the Nikkei reported citing the country's economic affairs minister, after the second fatal crash of the planemaker's newest jet in less than six months.
SEATTLE: Boeing Co must get the go-ahead from the U.S. aviation regulator in order to put its 737 MAX jetliner back into the air after the planemaker announced on Wednesday it had grounded the new aircraft due to an engine problem, just as it was scheduled to deliver the first one to Malaysia's Malindo Airlines