News Just before yesterday’s Bombardier earnings call, it was announced that Bombardier and Airbus had reached an agreement to sell Bombardier’s remaining interest in the A220 (nee CSeries) program. That transaction will leave Airbus and the Government of Quebec as...
News While Boeing is totally focused on fixing the problems with the 737MAX, its major competitor, Airbus, has focused on advances in manufacturability and the facilities in which they are built. Over the long-term, this could provide a significant advantage if a...
Boeing’s problems are getting worse. The MAX is grounded, the 787 is being investigated for quality issues and has major engine problems, the 777-X is even further delayed with engine problems, and the KC-46 is failing to meet needs and currently restricted from...
News Boeing’s Board of Directors is likely to call for safety changes at the company in the wake of the two 737 MAX crashes that have grounded the aircraft and dramatically impacted production. A subcommittee of the Board has been investigating the company over the...
News “Curiouser and curiouser!” Mark Forkner, Boeing’s chief technical pilot on the MAX project, invoked his Fifth Amendment rights against self-incrimination in response to a grand jury subpoena issued by the U.S. Department of Justice in conjunction with their...
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