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Articles tagged “boeing 737 max”

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The Most Important Story in Airlines in 2021

The Boeing 737 Max returned to flight, ending a 20-month grounding that started in 2019 after two fatal accidents. Most people didn't even notice, and that's just how the airlines and Boeing wanted it. Despite that, the aircraft is a crucial piece of hardware that airlines are relying on to help them climb out of the pandemic.

The Most Important Story in Airlines in 2021

Airline Weekly

China Moves Closer to Clearing Grounded Boeing 737 Max

Boeing's 737 Max has had a successful return to the skies in much of the world but not China. The last major holdout is now on track to clearing the jet's return in a matter of weeks.

China Moves Closer to Clearing Grounded Boeing 737 Max

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Aircraft Leasing Exec Cites Frustration Over Boeing’s Production Problems

Boeing's challenges make for an uncompetitive environment given the current state of the aircraft-manufacturing duopoly. And Boeing's woes seems formidable.

Aircraft Leasing Exec Cites Frustration Over Boeing’s Production Problems

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Airbus 20-Year Jet Delivery Forecast Is Hardly Dented by Pandemic

Greener planes and extra freighters understandably are in demand, but it's still hard to believe its forecast has dipped by just 0.5 percent compared to before the crisis.

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Ryanair Talks with Boeing Collapse Over 737 Max Price Tag Disagreement

Ryanair needs these aircraft to help it recover, and Boeing knows this. The standoff will be short-lived.

Ryanair Talks with Boeing Collapse Over 737 Max Price Tag Disagreement

Airline Weekly

The Boeing 737 Max Is Back With Passenger Fears Proving a Mirage

The Boeing 737 Max Is Back With Passenger Fears Proving a Mirage

Airline Weekly

Southwest Leans to Boeing 737 Max Order After Rare Flirtation With Airbus

Southwest Leans to Boeing 737 Max Order After Rare Flirtation With Airbus

Airline Weekly

United Airlines Looks to Recovery by Bolstering Fleet With Even More Boeing 737 Max Jets

United Airlines Looks to Recovery by Bolstering Fleet With Even More Boeing 737 Max Jets

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Southwest’s Streak Ends as Airline Posts First Loss in Half a Century

Southwest Airlines is raising alarm bells about the cost of mandatory Covid-19 tests for domestic travel after its first annual loss in 48 years. But with containing the virus top of mind for the new administration, the industry may have few legs to stand on.

Southwest’s Streak Ends as Airline Posts First Loss in Half a Century

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The Inside Story of How Alaska Airlines Went All-In on the Returning Boeing 737 Max

Alaska was the first airline to officially throw its support behind Boeing's beleaguered 737 Max after the jet was ungrounded, with commitments for 36 more aircraft. But it was a long and winding road to that decision with the seed planted in its merger with Virgin America four years earlier.

The Inside Story of How Alaska Airlines Went All-In on the Returning Boeing 737 Max