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IATA: Safety took a ‘step back’ in 2020

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The International Air Transport Association (IATA) recently published its 2020 Safety Report which showed that while accident numbers overall decreased in 2020, the accident...

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...

COVID-19: Boeing begins layoffs, resumes 737 MAX production as US death...

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American plane maker Boeing announced Wednesday (27 May) that it will cut more than 13,000 employees as it continues to try to ride out...

Bad day for Boeing

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Authorities in Ethiopia released a report on the March 2019 crash of a Boeing 737 MAX jet that killed 157 people on board and...

Calhoun steps into Boeing hotseat

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In Asia, there is the concept of the “hungry ghost” in which restless souls of the dead come back to haunt their living relatives...

Viewpoint: Boeing keeps digging the hole deeper

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Boeing’s latest email dump that was released to the public shows very clearly Boeing put profit ahead of people, according to its own employees,...

Boeing suspends production of 737 MAX

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Boeing suspends production of 737 MAX American plane maker Boeing said it was suspending production of the troubled 737 MAX, a move likely to hit...

Boeing CEO heads to Washington for hearings on the 737 MAX...

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Boeing's president and CEO Dennis Muilenburg will testify on 29 October before the US  Senate Committee on Commerce, Science and Transportation regarding aviation safety...