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Brazil Ends Boeing 737 MAX Ban, Planes Could Fly By Year-End

The European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) set out conditions for putting the grounded jets back into service, including new training and updating MCAS software implicated in the crashes.

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Large Boeing 737 MAX Customers Signal Caution On Orders Amid COVID-19

US based Southwest Airlines, Boeing's largest customer worldwide, said this week it would just take new MAX jets to replace jets it's retiring rather than grow its fleet, and on Thursday raised the prospect of scaling back its fleet due to the pandemic.

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US Approval For 737 MAX Return Nears As Challenges Remain For Boeing

Industry sources familiar with the branding say the "MAX" name will likely be phased out over time in favor of the formal names assigned to each variant, like "737-7" or "737-8."

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Boeing Raises 20-Year Forecast For China Aircraft Demand Despite Pandemic

Boeing projected a need for 6,450 new single-aisle airplanes over the next 20 years, while China's widebody fleet will require 1,590 new planes, accounting for 18% of the total deliveries

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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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Boeing Deepens Job Cuts As Twin Crises Extend Losses

Boeing has slashed production and shed thousands of jobs while also working to emerge from a 19-month-old worldwide 737 MAX ban triggered by two crashes.

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Boeing Gearing Up For 787 Move To South Carolina

The decision marks a watershed moment in a decade-long saga that has seen the 787 emerge as an alternative cash cow to the 737 MAX, grounded for 18 months after fatal crashes.

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Boeing 737 MAX Safety Upgrades Are 'Positive Progress' - NTSB

Aside from the FAA's final airworthiness directive, Boeing is facing reviews by foreign regulators, who are also weighing new pilot training procedures.

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737 MAX Crash Victims Seek U.S. Legislation To Block Boeing Legal Strategy

Boeing has already settled the majority of lawsuits related to the Lion Air crash but is still the target of a U.S. federal criminal probe and investigations by U.S. lawmakers and aviation and transportation authorities.

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Virgin Australia To Cull A Third Of Its Boeing 737 Fleet Under Bain Ownership

Qantas said last month it expected its domestic market share could rise to 70% from its pre-pandemic level of 60% as the market recovers because Virgin is reducing the size of its fleet.

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FAA Investigating Manufacturing Flaws In Boeing 787 Jetliners

Boeing said some airplanes have shims that are not the proper size, and some airplanes have areas that do not meet skin flatness specifications.

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Qatar Airways Agrees Delivery Delays With Airbus, Still Talking To Boeing

Qatar Airways had also ordered 737 MAX jets for its part-owned carrier Air Italy before its collapse and it is in talks with Boeing about those planes, al-Baker said.

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Rossell Techsys receives global Boeing Supplier of the Year award for 2019

Rossell Techsys receives global Boeing Supplier of the Year award for 2019

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Pentagon Awards United Launch Alliance, Spacex Launch Contracts

The contracts are for launch service orders beginning in 2022 and allocate $337 million to ULA, a joint venture between Boeing Co and Lockheed Martin Corp, and $316 million to SpaceX for the first missions of roughly 34 total that the two rocket firms will support through 2027.

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Boeing To Cut 787/777 Production As COVID-19 Hammers Sales

On an adjusted basis, Boeing lost $4.79 per share, bigger than analysts' average estimate of a loss of $2.54, according to IBES data from Refinitiv.

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