Boeing will face additional scrutiny of its aircraft production, including the 737 MAX, as the US Congress reportedly plans an audit. News of the proposed audit follows disclosure of the findings by the Investigative Division of the Australian Broadcast Company that...
Qatar Airways will confirm the Memorandum of Understanding with Boeing for the 25 MAX 10s on firm order plus 25 options, CEO Akbar Al Baker told AirInsight in Doha on the sidelines of the IATA Annual General Meeting on June 21. Al Baker: “Qatar will confirm MoU...
Boeing held its pre-Farnborough media briefings last week, inviting dozens of aviation journalists to Seattle for the first time since the start of the pandemic. Apart from presentations, the event included tours in Renton and Everett to the MAX and 747 production...
Boeing is about to start testing new technologies on its tenth ecoDemonstrator aircraft. The 20-year-old 777-200ER is the follow-on to the MAX 9 that has flown last year. It includes thirty technologies, most of them related to sustainability. What’s new on a...
As part of the pre-airshow briefings at Boeing this week, we heard from Darren Hulst. Mr. Hulst has the role previously filled by the venerable Randy Tinseth. It is a role the media eats up because presentations by Boeing’s Vice President – Commercial...
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