Articles tagged “737 max”

Airlines

Indonesia Lifts Ban on Boeing 737 Max

The Boeing 737 Max is back with grounding orders now lifted just about everywhere around the world, including in Indonesia and Ethiopia.

Indonesia Lifts Ban on Boeing 737 Max

Airlines

Former Boeing Official Pleads Not Guilty to Deceiving the FAA About 737 Max

Boeing already paid more than $2.5 billion to put the 737 Max fiasco behind it. If the case against the former Boeing chief technical pilot goes to trial, then assuredly new information about Boeing's dealings with the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration will emerge.

Former Boeing Official Pleads Not Guilty to Deceiving the FAA About 737 Max

Airline Weekly

Delta Considers the 737 Max for First Boeing Order in a Decade

Delta Air Lines could be close to a deal with Boeing for the 737 Max. An order would end a decade-long order drought for Boeing at the airline — and come at a good price.

Delta Considers the 737 Max for First Boeing Order in a Decade

Airlines

SpiceJet to Resume 737 Max Flights in September Following India’s Sign-Off

India's re-certification of Boeing's 737 Max paves the way for SpiceJet to resume Max flights in September. Only China and Russia remain as notable holdouts in the global return of Boeing's bread-and-butter jet.

SpiceJet to Resume 737 Max Flights in September Following India’s Sign-Off

Airline Weekly

Boeing’s Future Success Depends on What China Decides on the 737 Max

Boeing’s Future Success Depends on What China Decides on the 737 Max

Airline Weekly

Southwest Airlines’ Boeing 737 Max Order Signals Growing Confidence in Travel Recovery

Southwest Airlines’ Boeing 737 Max Order Signals Growing Confidence in Travel Recovery

Airlines

U.S. Airlines Ground Portions of Their 737 Max Fleets to Check on Electrical Power Issue

The latest issue with the 737 Max that Boeing identified is unrelated to problem with the power system that led to the 20-month ban. Still, any issue with a plane's electrical power system is not trivial.

U.S. Airlines Ground Portions of Their 737 Max Fleets to Check on Electrical Power Issue

Online Travel

Does Booking Have What It Takes to Compete Against Airbnb?

Booking.com clearly operates in Airbnb's shadow in short-term rentals. Although long-term stays are currently a hot commodity, Booking.com is tardy in enabling such capabilities. That's a fitting symbol for the current state of play.

Does Booking Have What It Takes to Compete Against Airbnb?

Airlines

American Airlines Finds Travelers Not Avoiding the Boeing 737 Max as Many Feared

Fears that U.S. travelers would go out of their way to avoid the Boeing 737 Max appear unfounded a week after the jet returned to U.S. skies. American Airlines is ramping up service, and other carriers are due to follow over the next two months.

American Airlines Finds Travelers Not Avoiding the Boeing 737 Max as Many Feared

Airlines

All Eyes on Gol as Brazilian Airline Is First to Put 737 Max Back Into Service

Gol is set to be the first global airline to resume Boeing 737 Max flights on Wednesday, returning the jet at the beginning of Brazil's busy summer travel season. But questions remain over whether travelers have confidence in the aircraft after a 20-month grounding with no less than the future of Boeing hanging in the balance.

All Eyes on Gol as Brazilian Airline Is First to Put 737 Max Back Into Service