The Boeing MAX 7 risks not being certified this year, because Boeing has submitted documents to the FAA that are wholly inadequate. This scoop by The Seattle Times on September 29 causes astonishment and surprise. Or maybe not, because with the MAX, new surprises pop...
Southwest Airlines is expecting to take delivery of just about half of the number of Boeing MAX it had planned for. The US carrier thinks that Boeing will deliver 66 MAX 8s compared to the 114 that are in the fleet plan, it said on July 28 in the second quarter...
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 “on the verge” of turning the corner on most of its (self-inflicted) problems that have disrupted the OEMs business over the past three years. “While we know we have got more work to do, I would say that the feeling is confident”, Brian West, Chief Financial...
Due to the uncertain time schedule of the Boeing MAX 7, Southwest Airlines has renegotiated its long-term MAX backlog. It has reduced the number of MAX 7s on order by 26 and added 81 MAX 8s to its order book by converting previous orders and exercising purchase...
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