A US Federal Aviation Administration draft report says the training aspects of Boeing’s proposed 737 MAX software update are “operationally suitable”.
Embraer’s E195-E2 regional jet has been certified by regulators in three jurisdictions, paving the way for deliveries to launch customer Azul to begin.
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Airbus has confirmed plans to build a sixth BelugaXL, an increase of one aircraft from the five over-size transport aircraft in its original plans.
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Boeing has made 96 flights totaling a little over 159 hours testing a software update for the 737 MAX’s anti-stall feature, chief executive Dennis Muilenburg says.
This feature story from the March 2019 edition of Australian Aviation by John Walton looks at the 50-year history of the Queen of the Skies, the Boeing 747.