Spirit AeroSystems has started preparing for higher production rates of the Boeing 737/MAX and Airbus A320neo family programs. It is working towards a rate 42 per month in October for the 737/MAX, although Boeing currently keeps its own production at 31 per month for...
As we outlined earlier, the deferred prosecution agreement that was hammered out between the Department of Justice and Boeing in 2021 has been re-opened by a Federal judge in Texas because the victims were not represented in that agreement. The arraignment for a...
This Thursday, Boeing will be arraigned on federal criminal charges resulting from the two 737 MAX tragedies in which 346 people were killed in crashes in 2018 and 2019. On October 18th, 2018, Lion Air flight 610 crashed off West Java into the ocean, killing all 189...
Southwest Airlines had a challenging 2022, including an IT system meltdown during a major storm that stranded many travelers. But that isn’t the only challenge Southwest faces. Their next challenge is taking delivery of the long-overdue 737 MAX 7 to replace the...
David Calhoun, Boeing’s President, and CEO, made the following statements at the firm’s latest Investors Conference. “We won’t contemplate a new airplane; we won’t even put it on the drawing board until we know we’re capable of doing that,” said Calhoun. “So this is...
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