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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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The blowtorch was turned on Boeing at its annual general meeting on Monday (US time) after details emerged over the weekend about the deactivation of an optional safety feature on its 737 MAX jets that might have alerted pilots to malfunctions in angel of attack (AOA) sensors. US carrier Southwest Airlines released a statement in […]

Airlines

The US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has invited leading civil aviation officials from around the world to a meeting on May 23 on the Boeing 737 MAX.

Airlines

Australia’s Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) has joined a team of international authorities and other aviation experts who will begin a detailed review of certification of the Boeing 737 MAX’s automated flight control system.

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A US Federal Aviation Administration draft report says the training aspects of Boeing's proposed 737 MAX software update are "operationally suitable".

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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.

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