Boeing

6.3.19

Boeing Just Found Another Problem with the 737 Max

The company has told the FAA that some of its jets may have faulty wing parts.

5.15.19

Boeing Didn't Want to Ground the 737 MAX Even After Pilots Urged Them To

Audio from a November meeting revealed American Airlines pilots confronting Boeing executives over a lack of aggressive action to fix the planes.

5.6.19

Boeing Just Admitted It Knew About an Issue with the 737 Max for a Year

Only 20% of 737 Max planes were equipped with a key sensor that could have warned pilots.

3.29.19

Boeing’s anti-stall feature on 737 Max misfired during Ethiopian Airlines crash, report says

Investigators believe the same system malfunctioned in the Lion Air crash last October

3.18.19

Here's what we know about the trouble Boeing is in over the Max 8

The plane manufacturer reportedly may have bungled its own safety assessment during the certification process

3.13.19

Trump is grounding the Boeing 737 Max jets

The EU, China, Argentina, Mexico, Mongolia, Turkey, Singapore, and virtually every other nation that flies the planes had already grounded the Max 8

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3.12.19

US airlines still don't have flight simulators for Boeing 737 Max 8 pilot training

The EU and many other countries had grounded the aircraft Tuesday after the second crash in six months.

3.12.19

Boeing to Update Planes' Software After Two Deadly Crashes

The company says it has been working on an update to the system implicated in a deadly 2018 crash.

11.21.18

Elon Musk Smoking a Blunt Reportedly Sparks NASA Safety Review

After smoking a blunt on the Joe Rogan Experience in September, NASA officials ordered a safety review of SpaceX and Boeing.

11.15.18

Here's What We've Learned in the Two Weeks Since the Lion Air Plane Crash

There are still so many unanswered questions.

10.12.18

NASA's Mars Rocket is Over Budget and Behind Schedule, Audit Finds

“At its current rate, we project Boeing will expend at least $8.9 billion through 2021—double the amount initially planned—while delivery of the first Core Stage has slipped 2½ years.”

8.3.18

NASA Announces the First Astronauts Who Will Fly in the SpaceX Dragon

On Friday, NASA debuted the teams that will pilot America’s two commercial spacecraft: Boeing's Starliner and SpaceX's Crew Dragon.

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