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Boeing hopes to hold 737 MAX certification flights in June

Boeing hopes to conduct key certification flights on the 737 MAX this month, according to sources cited by Reuters and Bloomberg.

Criminal, civil investigation into 737 MAX production issues

Boeing may face criminal and civil scrutiny into the beleaguered 737 MAX line, according to numerous overnight reports.

Boeing hit with $336m suit over terminated 737 MAX orders

Kuwaiti leasing agency ALAFCO has filed a USD$336m lawsuit against Boeing this week, claiming breach of contract against the Chicago-based manufacturer.

Boeing CEO regrets criticising predecessor in interview

Boeing Chief Executive David Calhoun has told colleagues he regrets criticising his predecessor in a newspaper interview, according to The Wall Street Journal. 

What is the MAX?

What is the MAX?

by John Walton February 11, 2020

Fundamentally, much of Boeing never really wanted to build the 737 MAX, and spent the latter half of the previous decade deciding that what it really wanted to do was build the FSA, the replacement for its nearly 50-year-old 737 programme.

Boeing says 737 MAX deliveries could resume in December 2019

Boeing says it is "possible" regulators could give the all clear to resume deliveries of the grounded 737 MAX in December.

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