Boeing’s President and CEO David Calhoun is positive about the position of the MAX in China, now that the Chinese regulatory agency CAAC is no longer objecting to Boeing the deliver new airplanes to Chinese customers. During today’s Q1 earnings call, Calhoun did...
UPDATE – Boeing reiterates its delivery targets of 400 to 450 737s and MAX aircraft for this year, despite the latest quality issue with fittings of the vertical tail fin. Inspections and rework on aircraft in production and inventory “will impact the timing of...
Important news for Boeing: two of China’s Big Three airlines have confirmed that they are resuming deliveries of the MAX. Both China Eastern Airlines and China Southern Airlines have included the type in their near-term fleet delivery plans, they said in their 2022...
Witnessed by thousands of former and current staff, workers, customers, and VIPs, Boeing said farewell on Tuesday to its icon of commercial aviation: the 747. In an hour-long event inside one of the huge assembly halls in Everett that had seen so many 747’s for over...
To stabilize operations, ramp up production, and invest in innovation, Boeing will recruit another 10.000 new employees this year. They are in addition to the net 15.000 new staff that joined the aerospace company last year. Following two years of Covid-crisis and low...
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