Almost three years since the fatal accident of one of its Boeing MAX 8s, Ethiopian Airlines plans to bring the aircraft back into service from February 2022. The airline is now confident of the safety of the fleet, CEO Tewolde GebreMariam says in a message on...
The first Boeing MAX 8s from Chinese airlines are expected to return to service before the end of the year. But this depends entirely on how quickly the grounded aircraft will be modified and cockpit crew trained for the revised procedures. Still, Boeing can breathe a...
UPDATE – Delta Airlines confirmed earlier media reports that it would be ‘opportunistically’ sourcing second-hand aircraft to grow and renew its fleet. The carrier said on July 13 that it will acquire 29 Boeing 737-900ERs and lease seven Airbus...
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...
The settlement between the US Department of Justice and Boeing to resolve the investigation and prosecution into the MAX saga has been met with quite a few raised eyebrows. How is it that possible that Boeing evades criminal prosecution and has to pay only a $243.6...
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