Boeing said Friday it discovered a new flaw in the software on the grounded 737 MAX aircraft, but hopes to resolve the matter shortly so that it does not further delay the plane’s expected return to service.
Boeing’s CEO Dennis A Muilenburg is CEO no longer, the company announced today.Effective January 13, 2020, current Board Chairman David L Calhoun takes over the top executive officer spot at the aerospace company, and becomes president, as well. Continue Reading
Boeing could announce whether to further cut or suspend production of its grounded 737 MAX plane, The Wall Street Journal reported. Citing people familiar with the matter, the Journal said the US firm’s management increasingly sees a production pause as the most viable option. Continue Reading
However, a senior DGCA official rebutted the allegations saying “some engines, which reported vibrations were within the limits prescribed by the US and European aviation safety regulators and they have been released for operations after boroscopic inspection.” Continue Reading
A global team of experts next week will begin reviewing how the Boeing 737 Max’s flight control system was approved by the US Federal Aviation Administration. The FAA says experts from nine international civil aviation authorities have confirmed participation in a technical review promised by the agency. Continue Reading