On the first day of the European Business Aviation Convention and Exhibition (EBACE) in Switzerland, Boeing Business Jets announced three firm orders and an option for four BBJ aircraft. The option is for BBJ 777X, which is believed to be the first potential sale of...
While a recent operational issue at Southwest Airlines attracted headlines last week, just as interesting is what the impact will be of Boeing’s tailfin problems on the low-cost airline. Southwest disclosed today that it expects twenty fewer MAX 8s to be delivered...
Boeing is making a small but what it says “necessary design change” to the MAX 7 high-lift flap-slat electronics unit. In a petition for an exemption that was filed last week, the airframer asks the FAA for a temporary exemption from the 14 CFR regulations until March...
Increased flight cancelations and fewer bookings for January and February will have a negative revenue impact of between $300 and $350 million in Q1 2023 for Southwest Airlines. This is the after-effect of the Christmas period when the US airline suffered a...
The Boeing MAX 7 and MAX 10 can be certified next year without the need to install a crew alerting system. In the early hours of December 20, US Congress leaders supported an amendment that exempts the two MAX types from 2020 legislation to have additional safety...
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