Boeing News

Cracks found on 38 of 810 Boeing 737 NG jets inspected globally

The 737 NG is the third-generation 737 and version before the now-grounded 737 MAX, which is not impacted by the cracking issue.

Boeing CEO to testify before House committee on 737 Max

Boeing CEO Dennis Muilenburg has agreed to testify before a congressional committee investigating the grounded 737 Max.


Align conditions for the return of Boeing 737 MAX: IATA to regulators

A DGCA official had said that while it was still early days to spell out India’s plan of action, a validation of the plane will be conducted to ensure all safety parameters are met.

Boeing suspends load test for new 777X aircraft

"During final load testing on the 777X static test airplane, the team encountered an issue that required suspension of the test," Boeing spokesman Paul Bergman said in a statement.

Boeing CEO eyes major aircraft order under any US-China trade deal

Chicago-based Boeing calls itself the top U.S. exporter and has delivered more than one out of every four jetliners it made last year to customers in China, where it forecasts demand for 7,700 new airplanes over the next 20 years valued at $1.2 trillion.

Airbus extends lead over Boeing in 2019 airliner deliveries

Boeing airliner delivers tumble again in July due to grounding of its Max jet after two deadly crashes.


Boeing reshuffles management of grounded 737

The management shakeup marks a shift in the US planemaker's immediate focus toward getting its best-selling 737 MAX, the jet that was grounded after two crashes killed nearly 350 people in the span of five months, back in the air and generating cash.

Boeing deliveries fall 37%, set to lose biggest planemaker title

The American planemaker's net orders for the first six months was in the negative, with a total of minus 119 net orders. Boeing had minus 125 net orders as of the end of May.

Boeing pledges $100 million to those affected by 737 Max crashes

The families of some victims of the crashes have filed numerous lawsuits against the company and are requesting millions of dollars in damages.

Grounded Boeing 737 Max planes now occupy the company's parking lot for employees

Aerial shots and footage of the company's Renton Factory in Washington state showed aeroplanes have parked in a parking lot meant for employees' cars.