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Allegiant Air orders 50 B737 MAX models

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Boeing and Allegiant Air announced an order for 50 737 MAX jets, with options for 50 additional airplanes. In Boeing's first U.S. ultra-low cost...

India’s Akasa Air orders 72 737 MAX planes; Akasa opts for...

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Boeing and Akasa Air, a brand of SNV Aviation, announced the new Indian carrier has ordered (72) 737 MAX airplanes to build its fleet....

Boeing estimates Asia-Pacific commercial market valued at US$6.8 trillion by 2040

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American planemaker Boeing said Tuesday (9 November) that it estimates that air travel within Asia-Pacific markets will account for nearly half of global air...

Australia lifts 737 MAX suspension

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Australia's Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) on Friday (26 February) announced that it has lifted a ban on Boeing’s 737 MAX jet, which had...

Boeing’s hits net loss of almost US$12 billion

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US plane maker Boeing on Wednesday (27 January) posted a net loss for 2020 of US$11.9 billion after suffering through the grounding of its...

REPORT: Lawyers advise Ethiopian Airlines against ‘financially disastrous’ settlement offer by...

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The Seattle Times is reporting that American attorneys for Ethiopian Airlines, which lost 157 passengers and crew in the second fatal crash of a...

Virgin Australia restructures Boeing 737 MAX order

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Virgin Australia Group announced Wednesday (9 December) that it has reached an agreement with Boeing to restructure its B737 MAX order and delivery schedule....

Troubled Boeing MAX gets a Ryanair boost

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Boeing’s troubled 737 MAX was thrown a lifeline by European low-cost carrier (LCC) Ryanair which ordered 75 of the narrowbodies that have been grounded...

Boeing, FAA take a hit in MAX report

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A US Congressional report released Wednesday (16 September) called into question the regulations and processes that allowed the Boeing 737 MAX to be certified...

Boeing loses US$2.4 billion in Q2

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Boeing reported a US$2.4 billion Q2 loss on Wednesday (29 July) and said it will slow production of its main commercial aircraft as the...