The House subcommittee is looking into Boeing and the 737 Max airliner, which remains grounded after accidents that killed 346 people.
By David Koenig, Associated Press
Investors and consumers have been keeping a close eye on Boeing due to two deadly crashes involving the 737 Max.
By Elias Meseret, Associated Press
The report was based on data from the recorders of the Boeing 737 Max 8 jet that crashed just after taking off last month, killing all 157 on board.
In the aftermath of a second deadly plane crash, Boeing is trying to reassure the U.S. government and the public that it is addressing the flight control system on its 737 MAX jets. The feature is suspected of a role…
By Tom Krishner, David Koenig, Marcy Gordon, Associated Press
The Transportation Department watchdog has previously raised questions about the FAA's certification of Boeing planes and the seemingly close relationship between some agency managers and Boeing.
By Niniek Karmini, Associated Press
It is the first announcement of a cancellation since Boeing's new model aircraft were grounded following fatal crashes in Indonesia and Ethiopia.
By Elias Meseret, David Koenig, Associated Press
The equipment, which had been offered as an option, alerts pilots of faulty information from key sensors. It will now be included on every 737 Max as part of changes that Boeing is rushing to complete on the jets by…
The recent Ethiopian Airlines crash led to the grounding of Boeing’s 737 MAX planes across much of the globe. But as new details emerge about the cause of the model’s second crash within five months, questions are being raised about…
By David Koenig, Tom Krishner, Dee-Ann Durbin, Associated Press
Critics say the system that relies on employees of airplane manufacturers to do government-required safety inspections is too cozy.
By Associated Press
Airlines and countries have grounded Boeing 737 Max jets or banned them from their airspace following the crash of an Ethiopian Airlines plane that killed 157 people.
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