News: In recent weeks, Boeing has self-reported difficulties it discovered in quality control with the Boeing 787. Incredibly, the fourth area of concern has now been identified, involving shims in the vertical stabilizer, with a potential impact on about 900...
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 anyone ran...
The release of additional e-mails from Boeing employees regarding the FAA and the certification process for the 737 MAX contain materials that are quite disturbing. More than one hundred pages of internal messages were delivered Thursday to congressional...
There are five key stages the 737 MAX needs to go through with the FAA to receive clearance to resume flying. The first of those, the eCAB simulator certification session has already been completed, and ensures that the entire software system is operating as...
This week, Qantas and Ryanair each found three of their Boeing 737NG aircraft that were inspected to have cracks in the pickle forks that hold the wing and fuselage together. The number of incidents, as inspections are made worldwide, continues to grow. While only...
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