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Boeing’s MAX challenges

Boeing's MAX faces challenges again.  The program is a cause of ongoing concern to both the OEM and its lessor and airline customers.  The 737 remains the most successful jet program and has built a strong following.  The 737 has been the typical aircraft LCCs deploy...

FAA sheds more light on electrical issues MAX

The FAA has shed more light on the electrical issues of the MAX. The regulator released an Airworthiness Directive (AD) on April 30, which specifies the extent of the problems in the cockpit area of the Boeing. In a Continued Airworthiness Notification to the...

Boeing confident 787 will become moneymaker (update)

On two occasions, on January 27 and again today on April 28, Boeing’s Chief Financial Officer Greg Smith warned analysts of the need of taking a reach-forward loss on the 787. But even now, with Dreamliner production being hampered by quality issues, Boeing hasn’t...

787 delivery pause costs Boeing revenues

Boeing reported a first-quarter net loss of $-561 million compared to $-641 million in the same quarter last year, it said on April 28. The Group’s operational loss was $-83 million versus $-1.353 billion in 2020. Revenues were lower as the 787 delivery pause cost...

Boeing January O&D

In a word, ouch. What is there to say? No orders, zero, nada - the first time since 1962!   Thirteen deliveries.  More...

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