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FAA Orders Inspections Of Some Boeing 777 Engines After United Fire

South Korea's transport ministry on Wednesday ordered the grounding of all local airlines' Boeing 777s with PW4000 engines and would ban foreign carriers with those planes from entering its airspace from Thursday.

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FAA To Reform New Airplane Safety Approvals After 737 MAX Crashes

Lawmakers approved sweeping reforms in legislation signed into law Sunday by U.S. President Donald Trump that boosts FAA oversight of aircraft manufacturers, requires disclosure of critical safety information and provide new whistleblower protections.

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Boeing Loses More 737 MAX Orders, Eyes Jet's U.S. Return But Europe Tariffs Loom

Boeing also delivered four 787s in October: one 787-8 to American Airlines, one 787-9 to Leasing giant AerCap, one 787-10 to Abu Dhabi's Etihad Airways, and one 787-10 Saudi Arabian Airlines.

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American Airlines Plans To Return Boeing 737 Max To Service At Year-End

The FAA in early October issued a draft report on revised training procedures for the MAX, which is open for public comment through Nov. 2.

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FAA Chief Set To Conduct 737 MAX Evaluation Flight Next Week

The Boeing 737 MAX has been grounded since March 2019 after two fatal crashes killed 346 people.

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