Articles tagged “Boeing”

News about the Boeing Company, the 737 Max, and the broader aviation industry.

Airline Weekly

Boeing Reports Another Loss as Aircraft Programs Struggle

With three of Boeing's marquee aircraft programs under pressure, the planemaker continued to struggle in the third quarter with further losses. But that didn't stop management from painting a rosy picture with 737 Max deliveries climbing and a robust outlook for jets.

Boeing Reports Another Loss as Aircraft Programs Struggle

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

A New List of the Most Valuable Public Travel Companies

Old school travel companies still largely dominate in terms of stock market valuation, but there is no denying the disruption sparked by Airbnb’s debut on the stock market.

A New List of the Most Valuable Public Travel Companies

Airline Weekly

Boeing Offers Rosy Forecast of $9 Trillion for Aerospace Market Over 20 Years

Boeing Offers Rosy Forecast of $9 Trillion for Aerospace Market Over 20 Years

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

Latin American Carriers Showcase New Pandemic Leverage for Airlines Shopping for Planes

Latin American Carriers Showcase New Pandemic Leverage for Airlines Shopping for Planes

Airlines

Indian Billionaire Plans to Launch Low-Cost Carrier in an Already Tough Market

With the pandemic gutting India's low-cost carrier market, which already includes IndiGo, SpiceJet, GoFirst and AirAsia India, Rakesh Jhunjhunwala thinks a fresh start, a capital infusion, and new planes could be a competitive advantage. Hope springs eternal, as they say.

Indian Billionaire Plans to Launch Low-Cost Carrier in an Already Tough Market

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

Airlines

What Does United’s Historic Jet Order Say About the Recovery?

United's 270-jet order is a milestone for the airline, but the carrier is playing catch-up with its rivals, Delta and American, which have newer aircraft in their fleets. Still, the order is a bet that the industry will not just bounce back but grow as it emerges from the pandemic.

What Does United’s Historic Jet Order Say About the Recovery?