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Boeing says it is "possible" regulators could give the all clear to resume deliveries of the grounded 737 MAX in December 2019.


Boeing's US$50 million fund for victims of two 737 MAX crashes has started accepting claims from families of the 346 people killed in the twin tragedies.

Civil Aviation

Boeing has pledged US$100 million to support victims of two fatal accidents involving the 737 MAX and says work on re-certifying the aircraft is ongoing


IATA has reiterated calls for regulators to collaborate and work towards the same timeline when certifying the return to service of the Boeing 737 MAX.

Civil Aviation

The United States Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) says it has found an issue with the software fix for the grounded Boeing 737 MAX.

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Boeing has met operators and lessors of the 737 MAX to offer assurances and lay the groundwork for resuming commercial flights, news agency Bloomberg reports. The report, published on Wednesday (US time) said the meeting in Amsterdam on Tuesday was the first of about six sessions planned by Boeing around the world where executives would

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