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July 19, 2024
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Today’s key stories finally have a bit of good news for Boeing, as United Airlines has apparently passed its audit and the FAA granted permission for the carrier to accept a MAX 8 delivery.  The management conundrum at Boeing and Spirit is discussed in an interesting article.  Our friends at Leeham report on production woes stretching far beyond Boeing, and KLM has revealed images of its first A321neo.

In other stories, the Wall Street Journal reported that GE’s Larry Culp declined an offer to become Boeing’s next CEO, and Dave Calhoun from Boeing is likely to testify that their culture is “far from perfect” during a busy week for Boeing’s CEO.  The executive search for a replacement is also heating up, and we can expect to hear about more candidates in the coming days.

Links to today’s key stories follow:

  • Boeing resumes delivery of 737 MAX 8 to United Airlines – ADN
  • Aircraft production woes stretch far beyond Boeing – Leeham 
  • The conundrum facing Boeing and Spirit AeroSystems – Forbes
  • Proudly (not) all Boeing: Images of KLM’s first A321neo unveiled – Aviacion Line
  • GE Aerospace’s Larry Culp declines Boeing’s request to take over as ceo, WSJ reports – Investing
  • Boeing CEO to tell Congress planemaker culture ‘far from perfect’ – Investing
  • Boeing’s CEO search is not going well – Quartz
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Ernest Arvai
President AirInsight Group LLC

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