The Boeing Company released its 2019 results earlier this week, and the company’s financial health, driven by the MAX crisis, is now quite weak. This is, to a great degree, due to the stock buybacks over the last five years that have driven up the stock price and...
Last week, Boeing held a meeting with industry stakeholders about its plans to restore confidence in the MAX. CBS news has leaked the presentation slides from that meeting, which outlined Boeing’s plans for the MAX and changes the company is making with respect to...
The FAA has amended its existing airworthiness directive, 2019-22-10, to expand the inspection of the pickle forks in older 737NG models to surrounding areas, as additional cracking has been found on inspected aircraft. This inspection requirement will expand the...
Radio Canada, the francophone network of CBC, aired a documentary Sunday on the 737MAX that has brought up an additional potential problem with the jackscrew on the aircraft. These revelations will likely further complicate the return to service for the aircraft, as...
This week, Qantas and Ryanair each found three of their Boeing 737NG aircraft that were inspected to have cracks in the pickle forks that hold the wing and fuselage together. The number of incidents, as inspections are made worldwide, continues to grow. While only...
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