Boeing has settled with the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) to pay a $200 million fee for misleading public statements after the two fatal accidents of the MAX in October 2018 and March 2019. Former Boeing President and CEO Dennis Muilenburg will pay $1...
It is almost four years to the day since the program launch in 2017 that the Boeing MAX 10 has made its maiden flight today. That’s a couple of years later than planned, but the reasons for that are obvious. The MAX 10 is the biggest version and has received some 520...
News: David Calhoun, Boeing’s new CEO, made headlines last week in an interview with the New York Times in which he essentially threw former CEO Dennis Muilenburg under the bus. A number of highly critical statements were made about the former CEO, including “if...
News Dennis Muilenburg has been given the boot at Boeing, disguised of course as a resignation at the executive levels. AirInsight was the first to editorially call for this move on October 3rd. This move was primarily for his handling of the 737 MAX crisis, which we...
News The news media is citing Dennis Muilenburg’s statement that he asked Boeing’s board of directors to waive his bonus. Muilenburg’s compensation in 2018 was more than $23 million in salary and bonuses, so he isn’t someone that is in financial straits. After being...
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