Boeing 737 Max
World  /  Published 10.03.19

Second new plane crashes, 157 killed

A jetliner with passengers from at least 35 countries, including India, crashed on Sunday shortly after leaving Ethiopia’s capital, killing all 157 people on board and renewing concerns about the ne...
By Hadra Ahmed, Norimitsu Onishi, Dionne Searcey and Hannah Beech in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

India  /  Published 08.11.18

Boeing safety check directive to Jet

Aviation regulator DGCA has asked Jet Airways and SpiceJet to take corrective action to address possible issues with their Boeing 737 MAX planes that could lead to “significant altitude loss” of t...
By PTI in New Delhi

World  /  Published 28.07.19

Boeing 737 crash probe reveals US regulator relaxed safety oversight

In the days after the first crash of Boeing’s 737 Max, engineers at the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) came to a troubling realisation: They didn’t fully understand the automated system tha...
By Natalie Kitroeff, David Gelles and Jack Nicas/New York Times News Service in Seattle

Business  /  Published 28.03.19

DGCA needs time to vet Boeing fix

Civil aviation regulator DGCA on Thursday said it was too early to take a call on the solution given by Boeing for the 737 MAX planes, which have been grounded globally following two fatal accidents i...
By Our Special Correspondent in New Delhi

World  /  Published 24.03.19

Race that set Boeing on crash course

Boeing faced an unthinkable defection in the spring of 2011. American Airlines, an exclusive Boeing customer for more than a decade, was ready to place an order for hundreds of new, fuel-efficient jet...
By David Gelles, Natalie Kitroeff, Jack Nicas and Rebecca R. Ruiz/New York Times News Service in New York


Business  /  Published 17.12.19

Boeing to suspend 737 Max output

Boeing next month will temporarily stop making the 737 Max, its most popular passenger jet, the company said on Monday.The decision, after a two-day board meeting, is the culmination of the worst cris...
By David Gelles and Natalie Kitroeff/New York Times News Service in New York

Business  /  Published 11.01.20

Boeing chief walks away with $62m

Boeing Co’s ousted chief executive officer, Dennis Muilenburg, is leaving the company with $62 million in compensation and pension benefits but will receive no severance pay in the wake of the 737 M...
By Reuters in Washington

Business  /  Published 14.02.20

SpiceJet treats MAX cost as other income

Budget carrier SpiceJet on Friday reported a net profit of Rs 73.2 crore for the three months ended December.“The standalone profit from air transport services (airline) was Rs 115 crore. Further, t...
By Our Special Correspondent in New Delhi

World  /  Published 04.04.19

Pilots ‘followed Boeing safety drill’

A new Ethiopian Airlines Boeing jet crashed last month after experiencing “repetitive, uncommanded aircraft nose-down conditions,” Ethiopia’s transportation minister said on Thursday as she expl...
By New York Times News Service in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

World  /  Published 02.10.19

737 Max jet safety plans were rejected

A senior Boeing engineer filed an internal ethics complaint this year saying that during the development of the 737 Max jet the company had rejected a safety system to minimise costs, equipment that h...
By Natalie Kitroeff, David Gelles and Jack Nicas/New York Times News Service in New York


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